The country is not so different from its neighbors.
Mexico has a population of nearly one billion and a gross domestic product of $23 trillion.
China has more than 3.6 billion people and a GDP of $46 trillion.
The US has around a third of the population and GDP of about $1.3 trillion.
Mexico is home to the world’s largest and most diverse ethnic group, a majority of whom are Mexican.
There is also a large ethnic minority in the US, which is about one-quarter Mexican and one-third Chinese.
The main reason Mexico has emerged as a hub of travel is that, for many years, its people were migrating from the US to other parts of the world to find better jobs and better lives.
When Mexico first began hosting foreign tourists in the early 2000s, it had a very low rate of immigration.
Today, Mexico has the highest immigration rate in the world, and it has seen a dramatic increase in immigration since 2009.
Mexicans are much more comfortable than Americans.
Many Mexicans have never been to the US and have only ever been to one or two of the places in Mexico they call home.
And there is very little cultural bias towards Americans.
The average Mexican is more likely to have a positive attitude towards America than a negative one.
The economy in Mexico is much bigger than the US.
According to the World Bank, the economy of Mexico has grown at an annual rate of 4.7% since 2007.
That is almost double the rate of growth of the US economy.
The number of Mexican-Americans living in the United States has more grown in the last decade than the total population of the United Kingdom.
In 2009, about 2.7 million Mexican-American adults had a permanent address in the U.S. But that number is expected to surpass 4 million by 2025, according to a report by the Economic Policy Institute.
Mexico was the third-largest recipient of foreign aid to the U, after China and the United Arab Emirates, in the 2014 fiscal year.
Mexico’s population is about the same as that of the Netherlands.
In 2013, the number of people living in Mexico was about the size of the entire Netherlands population of about 40 million people.
Mexico had a lower poverty rate in 2012 than the United Nations (UN) reported in 2011.
The UN said that the Mexican poverty rate was about 30%, below the global average of 38%.
Mexico does not have a high cost of living.
The median annual salary in Mexico in 2015 was $27,872, according a recent report by Mexico’s Federal Commission for Higher Education.
That figure is $7,500 higher than the UN poverty line of $6,770.
Mexicans have a lot of friends.
Mexico also has the second-highest number of social networks in the OECD, after Sweden, which had more than 1.7 billion social networks and 4.5 million people in its social network.
Mexican cuisine is popular and inexpensive.
There are restaurants that cater to both tourists and locals.
Mexico City, which has one of the highest population densities in the Americas, is home the country’s largest Michelin-starred restaurant chain, which serves more than 500 dishes from around the world.
It has also developed a culinary culture with restaurants serving dishes that are both local and foreign.
The food is also inexpensive and the prices are competitive with other countries in the region.
Mexicans prefer a relatively simple lifestyle.
While some Mexican immigrants choose to make Mexico their home, others want to return to their countries of origin, including Brazil, where they are in a very competitive labor market.
In the past, Mexican migrants have often been treated differently by the government and society, and the country is still undergoing the political turmoil that led to the countrys 2008 economic crisis.
The Mexican peso is the most stable currency in Latin America.
The peso has been around for a long time, dating back to the 1970s.
It is pegged to the greenback, which means that the rate at which the greenbacks devalue relative to the dollar is set by the Mexican Central Bank.
Mexicans do not have to go to school.
Mexicans may attend school as long as they do not complete more than 20 hours of work a week.
However, that requirement does not apply to the middle and upper class.
Mexican immigrants often have a better education than US-born Americans.
According the Pew Research Center, Mexico is one of only three countries in Latin American and the Caribbean where a majority or nearly all of the adult population is Hispanic.
The largest percentage of Mexican immigrants are in the bottom quintile of income earners, the top 20% of which earn more than $75,000 a year.
The middle and the upper classes in Mexico are also much more educated than the country at large.
Mexicans in the middle class