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Employment Relations in Mexico By: Matt Niland
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Mexico Facts Capital--Mexico City Population--108,700,891 GDP—Total--$1.149 Trillion Per Capita:--$11,249 Gained Independence from Spain September 16, 1810 Constitution of 1917 still effective today
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Mexico’s Economy Free Market Economy Upper Middle Income Country 12 th Largest Economy in the World Quickly Recovered after Devaluation of Peso in 1994 Huge gaps between rich and poor as well as north and south Large Poverty Reduction is Increasing Purchasing Power in Middle Class and helping the Macroeconomic Stability of the Country
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Imports and Exports  Exports Imports Country Percentage Country Percentage  United  States 88.4 %  United  States 68.4 %  Canada 2.0 %  Japan 4.7 %  Germany 0.9 %  Germany 3.6 %  Spain 0.8 %  Canada 2.5 %  Netherland s Antilles 0.6 %  China 2.2 %  Japan 0.4 %  South  Korea 2.1 %  United  Kingdom 0.4 %  Taiwan 1.6 %  Venezuela 0.4 %  Italy 1.6 % Others 6.1 % Others 13.3 %
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