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This airticle is aboot the kintra in North Americae. For ither uisses, see Mexico (disambiguation).
Unitit Mexican States
Motto: Nane[1]
Anthem: Himno Nacional Mexicano
(Inglis: "Mexican National Anthem")

Naitional seal:
Seal of the Government of Mexico.svg
Sello de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos  (Spaingie)
Seal o the Unitit Mexican States
Location o Mexico
Caipital
and largest city
Mexico Ceety
19°26′N 99°08′W / 19.433°N 99.133°W / 19.433; -99.133
Naitional leids Spaingie
Ethnic groups (2010)
Demonym Mexican
Govrenment Federal presidential
constitutional republic[3]
• Preses
Enrique Peña Nieto
Ernesto Cordero Arroyo
Francisco Arroyo Vieyra
Juan Silva Meza
Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong
Legislatur Congress
Senate
Chamber o Deputies
Unthirldom frae Spain
• Declared
16 September 1810
• Recognisit
27 September 1821
Aurie
• Total
1,972,550 km2 (761,610 sq mi) (14th)
• Water (%)
2.5
Population
• 2013 estimate
118,395,054[4] (11t)
• Density
57/km2 (147.6/sq mi) (142nt)
GDP (PPP) 2012 estimate
• Total
$1.759 trillion[5] (11t)
• Per capita
$15,312[5] (64t)
GDP (nominal) 2012 estimate
• Tot
$1.177 trillion[5] (14t)
• Per capita
$10,247[5] (66t)
Gini (2010) 47.2[6]
heich
HDI (2012) Increase 0.775[7]
heich · 61st
Currency Peso (MXN)
Time zone UTC−8 tae −6 (See Time in Mexico)
• Summer (DST)
UTC−7 tae −5 (varies)
Drivin side richt
Cawin code +52
Internet TLD .mx

Mexico (Spaingie: México [ˈmexiko] ( listen); Nahuatl: Mēxihco), offeecially the Unitit Mexican States (Spaingie: Estados Unidos Mexicanos, About this sound listen ),[8][9][10][11] is a federal republic in the soothrenmist portion o North Americae. It is mairchit tae the north bi the Unitit States; tae the sooth an wast bi the Paceefic Ocean; tae the sootheast bi Guatemala, Belize, an the Caribbean Sea; an tae the east bi the Gulf o Mexico.[12] Kiverin awmaist 2,000,000 square kilometres (770,000 sq mi),[11] the naition is the fift lairgest kintra in Americae bi tot aurie an the 13t lairgest independent state in the warld.

Wi an estimatit population o ower 120 million fowk,[13] the kintra is the elevent maist populous state an the maist populous Spaingie-speakin state in the warld, while bein the seicont maist populous naition in Laitin Americae efter Brazil. Mexico is a federation compreesin 31 states an Mexico Ceety, a special federal entity that is an aw the caipital ceety an its maist populous ceety. Ither metropolises in the state include Guadalajara, Monterrey, Puebla, Toluca, an Tijuana.

Mexico haes the 15t lairgest nominal GDP an the 11t lairgest bi purchasin pouer parity. The Mexican economy is strangly airtit tae thae o its 1994 North American Free Tred Greement (NAFTA) pairtners, espeshally the Unitit States.[14][15] In 1994, Mexico becam the first Laitin American member o the Organisation for Economic Co-operation an Development (OECD). It is clessifee'd as an upper-middle income kintra bi the Warld Bank[16] an a newly industrialised kintra bi several analysts.[17][18][19][20] The kintr is conseedert aith a regional pouer an a middle pouer,[21][22][23][24] an is eften identifee'd as an emergin global pouer.[25] Due tae its rich cultur an history, Mexico ranks first in Americae an seivent in the warld for nummer o UNESCO Warld Heritage Steids.[26][27] Mexico is an ecologically megadiverse kintra, rankin fowert in the warld for its biodiversity. Mexico haes mony tourists: in 2016, it wis the aicht maist-veesitit kintra in the warld, wi 35 million internaitional arrivals.[28] Mexico is a member o the Unitit Naitions (UN), the Warld Trade Organisation (WTO), the G8+5, the G20, the Unitin for Consensus group o the UN, an the Paceefic Alliance tred bloc. Bi 2050, Mexico coud potentially acome the warld's fift or seivent lairgest economy.[29][30]

Pre-Columbian Mexico dates tae aboot 8000 BC an is identifee'd as ane o seiven cradles o ceevilisation an wis hame tae mony advanced Mesoamerican ceevilisations sic as the Olmec, Toltec, Teotihuacan, Zapotec, Maya, an Aztec afore first contact wi Europeans. In 1521, the Spaingie Empire conquered an colonised the territory frae its poleetically pouerfu base in Mexico-Tenochtitlan (pairt o Mexico Ceety), that wis admeenistert as the viceryalty o New Spain. Three centuries later, the territory becam a naition state follaein its recogneetion in 1821 efter the colony's Mexican War o Unthirldom. The post-unthirldom period wis tumultuous, chairacterised bi economic inequality an mony intense poleetical chynges. The Mexican–American War (1846–1848) led te a territorial cession o the extant northren territories tae the Unitit States. The Pastry War, the Franco-Mexican War, a ceevil war, twa empires, an the Porfiriato occurred in the 19t century. The Porfiriato wis endit bi the stairt o the Mexican Revolution in 1910, that culminatit wi the promulgation o the 1917 Constitution an the emergence o the kintra's current poleetical seestem as a democratic republic.

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