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Angel Rivera

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Independence: September 16, 1810 from the Spain.
Leader: Enrique Peña Nieto
Political Party: Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI)
Religion: Roman Catholicism
Position: President
Level: Federal
Type: Federal Republic
Capital: Mexico City
Total: 116,220,947 (2013)
Economic Activity:

Urban: 78.11 (2011)
GDP Per Capita:
Growth Rate: -0.74 (2013)
Labor Force
50 million
Unemployment Rate
Birth Rate: 18.87 (2012)
Pop. below .
Poverty Line.
Economic System:
Death Rate: 4.9 (2012)
Migration Rate: -3.11 (2012)
Largest Dam: The Chicoasen Dam

Located on the Grijalva
River near the town Chiapas,
Life Expectancy:
Male - 74.03
Female - 74.16 (2013)
Population Density: 58.35 (2010)
Literacy Rate: 92% 85 out of 194
Years of Education: 8.5 years
# Of Phone Lines/Cell Phones: About 62
Internet Users: 29.4 % (2010)
Mexican Celebrations
El Grito de Independenica, "Cry of Independence", is celebrated for the Mexican War of Independence.
By: Angel Rivera, Delaney Riester, Becca Storey, Cameron Snaden
Taxes of GDP:
Top Agricultural Products
Corn Wheat
Largest Mexico Dam
Top Importer/Exporter:
Consumption: 2,112 Barrels
Tallest building
Mexico's tallest building is 738ft called
Torre Mayor
Production: 2,936 Barrels
Import: 10%
Busiest Port
The busiest port is in Manzanillo on the west coast of Mexico
Trade Partner
Getting - Corn, Wheat, Soybeans, rice, beans, beef
Physical Geography
Giving - Machinery, Car Parts, Aircraft parts, Electrical Equipment
Tallest Mountain or Range: Pico de Orizaba
Largest River: Rio Grande
Largest Lake: Lake Chapala
Deserts: Sonoran and Chihauhaun Desert
National Anthem:
Cinco de Mayo:
Languages Spoken:
The languages that people use
in Mexico is Spanish
The religion that most people are in
Mexico is Roman Catholic

About 81% in Mexico are Catholic
Religious place of worship
The most known church in Guadalajara is the Expiatory Temple.
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