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Global Roundtable: Mexico Kelly Quattlebaum President, Global Marcoms +1 404 790 5005 email@example.com www.globalmarcoms.com www.facebook.com/globalmarcoms www.twitter.com/globalmarcoms http://www.linkedin.com/companies/global-marcoms
2 Copyright © 2011 Global Marcoms. All rights reserved. Mexico
3 Copyright © 2011 Global Marcoms. All rights reserved. History of Mexico Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican civilizations included the Olmec, Toltec, Teotihuacan, Zapotec, Maya and Aztec Spain colonized Mexico in 1521 and ruled for three centuries Mexico gained independence in 1821 Post-independence period was characterized by economic instability, the Mexican–American War and territorial cession to the US, a civil war, two empires and a domestic dictatorship Mexican Revolution in 1910 led to the formation of the country’s current political system under the 1917 Constitution Capital City: Mexico City, 3 rd largest City in the world Religions: 82% Roman Catholic, 9.7% Christian, 4.7% no religion
4 Copyright © 2011 Global Marcoms. All rights reserved. NOTE: Facts from CIA Factbook, Wikipedia Overview of Mexico Most populous Spanish-speaking country in the world 5 th largest landmass in the Americas 14 th largest nation in the world by mass 11 th most populous country with 111m people One of world’s largest economies 2 nd largest economy in Latin America 13 th largest GDP, 11 th largest purchasing power 2 nd largest Catholic community in the world 1 st in Americas, 5 th in the world for UNESCO World Heritage Sites - 31
5 Copyright © 2011 Global Marcoms. All rights reserved. Economy Industries food and beverages, tobacco, chemicals, iron and steel, petroleum, mining, textiles, clothing, motor vehicles, consumer durables, tourism Agriculture corn, wheat, soybeans, rice, beans, cotton, coffee, fruit, tomatoes; beef, poultry, dairy products; wood products Natural resources petroleum, silver, copper, gold, lead, zinc, natural gas, timber
6 Copyright © 2011 Global Marcoms. All rights reserved. NAFTA North American Free Trade Agreement signed January 1, 1994 Largest trade bloc in the world in terms of purchasing power, 2 nd largest by GDP
7 Copyright © 2011 Global Marcoms. All rights reserved. Mexican Archaeology Chichén Itzá New Seven Wonders Pre-Columbian archaeological site built by Mayans 600 AD Teotihuacán Enormous archaeological site in the Basin of Mexico Largest pyramidal structures built in the pre-Columbian Americas 100 BCE
8 Copyright © 2011 Global Marcoms. All rights reserved. Emigration and Drugs Nearly 9% of the population has emigrated to the USA Major drug-producing nation Cultivation of opium poppy 6,900 hectares Potential production of 18 metric tons of pure heroin, or 50 metric tons of "black tar" heroin Marijuana cultivation 8,900 hectares Potential production of 15,800 metric tons Primary transshipment country for US-bound cocaine from South America Largest foreign supplier of marijuana and methamphetamine to the US market
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