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Mexico 80 the southeast, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea to the east,
and the Pacific Ocean to the south and west. The capital, Mexico City, is one of
the largest cities in the world. Area 756,066 square miles (1,958,201 square km).
Presidents of Mexico from 1917 term 'Claimed the presidency as early as 1914.
Mexico's standard of living is close to subsistence among most of the rural
population and the urban poor. There is a shortage of medical personnel and ...
Mexico 82 Mexico, and by the system of tunnels and tubes completed in 1951,
which provided the state and the Federal District with drinking water and
hydroelectric power. Services, agriculture (cereals, especially corn [maize];
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