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In 1994 Mexico signed-up to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) which is a formal trade agreement signed between Canada, the USA, and Mexico. It was replaced in 2019 by the “United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement” (USMCA) which Mexico refers to as “T-MEC.”
Mexperience: Mexico Facts & Figures
Online: NAFTA (Wikipedia), USMCA (Wikipedia)

See: Citizenship

The Mexican State of Nayarit is located in western Mexico, along the shores of Pacific Ocean, just north of the State of Jalisco and the famous city of Puerto Vallarta. Its state capital is Tepic. The Riviera Nayarit comprises a series of beach towns and planned residential communities including Nuevo Vallarta, Bucerías, San Blas, and Sayulita. Nayarit is also host the exclusive Punta de Mita area. Tourism, agriculture and fishing are the State’s principal economic activities.
Mexperience: Punta de Mita, Puerto Vallarta
Online: Nayarit State (Wikipedia)
See Also: Beaches

Families in Mexico tend to pass New Year’s Eve at their homes—either at their own, or at a nearby friend’s house, where a meal, drinks, and merriment are prepared. The celebrations might later spill-out onto the local street, where a lively, but intimate, gathering with the neighbors might spring up.
Mexperience: New Year in Mexico
See Also: Christmas

See: Media

The Mexican State of Nuevo León is situated in northwestern Mexico, and has a very short stretch of land border with Texas, USA. Its capital, Monterrey, is Mexico’s third-largest city and one of the most important industrial centers of the country.
Mexperience: Monterrey
Online: Nuevo Leon State (Wikipedia)

See: Healthcare

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