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Transcript of Mexico
Mexico is the 16th largest exporter in the world 82% of the export goes to the US
Mexico’s GDP growth rate is 3.9% which is faster than the U.S's (1.8%) or Canada's (2.4%).
Mexican GDP per person is $15,100, higher than any other Latin American country except Chile. Region Mexico is located in Central America $$ Currency $$ Mexico's currency is called pesos.
in January 4, 2013 the peso's exchange rate was $16.5914 per euro and $12.7597 per U.S. dollar Mexico's Capital Mexico's Capital is Mexico City Central America Mexico City When Did Mexico Join The UN? November 7th,1945 Resources petroleum
fruit fruit, tomatoes
wood products What was the role of Mexico in the UN? Mexico is one of the ten rotating rotating members of the security council. What are mexico's feelings of the UN? Three events of Mexico from 1945-1991 1945- mexico joins the UN
1946-security council elections held.
1975-world conference for international womans day Enviroment Mexico is not really doing anything to prevent environmental issues Nuclear Weapons Mexico is one of the few countries which has technical capabilities to manufacture nuclear weapons. However it has renounced them and pledged to only use its nuclear technology for peaceful purposes following the Treaty of Tlatelolco in 1968. In the 1970s Mexico's national institute for nuclear research successfully enriched weapons-grade uranium [not in citation given] which is used in the construction of nuclear weapons.