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Mexico: Economics Project

A fascinating look in the economic force of Mexico as well as some cultural elements of the Latin American nation.
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Dorothy Poon

on 15 January 2016

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Transcript of Mexico: Economics Project

Los Estados Unidos Méxicanos
Mexican Food...
México City
Aquí es México!
(Here is Mexico!)
Where in the world could Mexico be?
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the capital city of Mexico
the sixth largest city in the world!
was founded in 1325
called "Tenochtitlán" at the time
population: 21.2 million
GDP: $411.4 billion
other notable cities: Ecatepec, Guadalajara, Puebla, Juarez
mixture of cultural foods from
Mesoamerica
Spain/Europe
Common Dishes!
México
Unemployment rate: decreased from 4.55% (October 2015) to 3.96% in November (2015)
below market expectations
all time high = 5.93% (May, 2009)
all time low = 2.22% (March, 1997)
Economic Information
GDP: 1.291 trillion (2014)
GDP per capita: $10,767.25
Population: 122.3 million
Economic Information
Top 5 largest exports in 2014
Tacos
Enchiladas
Carne Asada
Tamales
Common Drinks!
Agua de Horchata
Aguas Frescas
Jarritos

Economic Information
Mexico's Major Industries
food and beverage
chemicals
clothing manufacturing
tourism
petroleum
also:
steel
motor vehicles
consumer durables
tobacco
iron
Visiting Mexico?
don't miss these amazing sights!
Mexican Culture
Dia De Los Muertos
Ballet Folklorio
Music of Mexico
other aspects of
DID YOU KNOW?
THANK YOU FOR LISTENING TO OUR PRESENTATION!
¡Muchas Gracias!
Teotihuacan
Los Cabos
Playa del Carmen
Ancient Mesoamerican "holy city"
features: pyramids, complex family compounds
past religious centre
famous beaches and water sports
luxury cruises, kayaking, fine dining
majestic beach
popular scuba diving, explore caves, visit adventure parks
"nude artistic displays" prohibited in public
clergymen can't wear any religious "garb" in public
"boneshakers", safety bycicles and the like not allowed in town centres
Primary export partners:
US (80.5 %), Canada (3.6 %), Germany (1.4 %)
Currency: Mexican Peso
Economic Information
5 largest imports in 2014
Collector's Items (art, antiques), Ships/Boats, Tram/Railway Equipment, Zinc, Raw Animal Hide
US (48 % of total imports), China (13.5 %), Japan (4.8 %), South Korea (4.6 %), Germany (4.1 %).
Collector's Items
art, antiques
Ships & Boats
Tram/Railway Equipment
Zinc
Raw Animal hid
Collector's Items
ex. art, antiques
Ships & Boats
Tram/Railway Equipment
Zinc
Raw Animal HIde
Primary Import Partners:
Vehicles
Electronic Equipment
Machines, Engines, Pumps
Oil
Medical/Technical Equipment
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