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  • Their Close Proximity To The Unite States
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    Poor Mexico, so far from God, and so close to the United States. -Pofirio Diaz Mexico is one of the most populated and industrialized of the third world nations, yet it remains very impoverished in comparison to its northern neighbor. Recently Mexico has been the third largest trading partner of the United States, has become an important exporter of petroleum and plays a pivotal role in the politics of the region. Yet Mexico is frequently treated with neglect and misunderstanding by the United S...
  • Mexico The Northern Border States
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    1. Introduction The line in the middle of the U.S. -Mexico border region is defined in the east by the Rio Grande, known as the R o Bravo in Mexico and in the west by the notorious wire strung. Nothing much marks it as the most dramatic international border on earth from San Diego-Tijuana to Brownsville-Matamoros. (Illustrate. 1) Here, people live on each side, without feeling especially divided. Here the contrast between poor and rich is omnipresent but on the same time seen as normal. The dese...
  • U.S. Mexico Border
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    The North American Free Trade Agreement or as its most commonly known NAFTA "is a comprehensive rules-based agreement between the United States, Canada, and Mexico", that came into effect on January 1, 1994. All three countries signed it in December of 1992; later on November of 1993 it was ratified by the United States congress. NAFTA was not only used in cutting down on tariffs between both countries but it also help deal with issues such as Transportation, Border Issues, and Environmental Iss...
  • U.S. Border Patrol Agents And Mexican Authorities
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    Militarization of the U.S. - Mexico Border By Joan J. James June 22, 2000 "Corranle, all viene la mira!" , translated into English, this means "Run, there comes immigration!" This is what illegal immigrants shout everyday when they are about to cross the Rio Grande in search for better lives. Unfortunately, not many get through alive because of the militarization that has developed on the U.S. border with Mexico. Operation Rio Grande continues a process put in motion over a century ago by the Tr...
  • U.S. Export Share Of The Mexican Market
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    U. S Investment in Mexico Economics 580 Dr. Leon Haitham BoukhadourFall 96 Mexico has established itself as one of the biggest emerging markets in the world today. It has exhibited many of the signs of a high growth economy, offering several advantages to prospective investors. Some highlights of the Mexican economy include's ingle-digit inflation, a balanced public budget, real economic growth (presently at a rate of 12 percent), a deregulated economy and a favorable investment climate' (Risk M...
  • Next 10 Years Due To Nafta
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    The North American Free Trade Agreement Since the birth of this great nation in 1776, the United States has remained a dominant world power in many aspects. The American standard of living has been the envy of the world, powered by an economy rivaled by nearly no one. Our economy continues to be the rock with which the global economy can lean on, as evidenced by nations that rely on huge reserves of the dollar because of its stability as a means of settling international debts. Unfortunatly, des...
  • 1990 Mexico's Economic Growth Rate
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    Why should I invest in Mexico? Mexico has established itself as one of the biggest emerging markets in the world today. It has exhibited many of the signs of a high growth economy, offering several advantages to prospective investors. Some highlights of the Mexican economy include single-digit inflation, a balanced public budget, real economic growth (presently at a rate of 12 percent), a deregulated economy and a favorable investment climate etc. Mexico also possesses a strategic geographic loc...
  • Mexico's Top Drug
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    Certification Of Mexico Throughout many years the U.S. has tried battling drugs in various ways. President Clinton had recently enforced an anti-drug plan that consists of five parts: education; decreasing the number of addicts; breaking the cycle of drugs and crime; securing the nation's borders; and reducing the drug supply. U.S. officials also have sought to make alliances with drug-producing countries worldwide by way of certification. By March of every year, the president must certify to Co...
  • Mexico's Foreign Debts
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    Mexico has grown to be known as part of North America, rather than Central America, due to its borders and close ties with the U.S. Westward lies the Pacific Ocean and to the east and north, the Gulf of Mexico. It is the third-largest North American country with the second highest population, of more than 100 million people, and its territory spreads over 756,000 square miles. The government is a liberated and unstable federal republic, which is composed of 31 states and a federal district, with...
  • Present Day U.S. Mexico Border Region
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    The conflict that erupted between the two countries where a direct result of different nation policies. The United States had a policy of westward expansion, while Mexico had a policy of self protection. The Americans never had a written policy of expansion. What they had was the idea of "Manifest Destiny". Manifest Destiny was the belief that the United States had the right to expand westward to the Pacific ocean. On the other hand, Mexico was a new country wanting to protect itself from outsid...

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