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Mexico

Data

Background[1]

Located in Middle America along the Caribbean Sea, North Pacific Ocean, and the Gulf of Mexico, the federal republic of Mexico was under Spanish rule for three centuries before its independence in the 19th century. Reoccurring economic and social issues prevail including high unemployment, inequitable income distribution, pollution, and deforestation.

Population[1]
108,700,891
Climate[1]

tropical to desert

Languages[1]
  • Spanish
  • various Mayan
  • Nahuatl
  • and other regional indigenous languages
Infant Mortality Rate[1]
19.63
Per Capita Health Expenditure[2]
379.00

More Information

Sources

  1. CIA World Factbook
  2. WHO Global Health Atlas

      
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