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World Gazetteer Results for Mexico:
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Administrative DivisionPennsylvania
Dictionary Results for Mexico:
1. WordNet® 3.0 (2006)
    n 1: a republic in southern North America; became independent
         from Spain in 1810 [syn: Mexico, United Mexican States]

2. CIA World Factbook 2002

   Introduction Mexico
                            Background: The site of advanced Amerindian
                                        civilizations, Mexico came under
                                        Spanish rule for three centuries
                                        before achieving independence early
                                        in the 19th century. A devaluation
                                        of the peso in late 1994 threw
                                        Mexico into economic turmoil,
                                        triggering the worst recession in
                                        over half a century. The nation
                                        continues to make an impressive
                                        recovery. Ongoing economic and
                                        social concerns include low real
                                        wages, underemployment for a large
                                        segment of the population,
                                        inequitable income distribution, and
                                        few advancement opportunities for
                                        the largely Amerindian population in
                                        the impoverished southern states.
                                        Elections held in July 2000 marked
                                        the first time since the 1910
                                        Mexican Revolution that the
                                        opposition defeated the party in
                                        government, the Institutional
                                        Revolutionary Party (PRI). Vicente
                                        FOX of the National Action Party
                                        (PAN) was sworn in on 1 December
                                        2000 as the first chief executive
                                        elected in free and fair elections.
   Geography Mexico
                              Location: Middle America, bordering the
                                        Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of
                                        Mexico, between Belize and the US
                                        and bordering the North Pacific
                                        Ocean, between Guatemala and the US
                Geographic coordinates: 23 00 N, 102 00 W
                        Map references: North America
                                  Area: total: 1,972,550 sq km
                                        land: 1,923,040 sq km
                                        water: 49,510 sq km
                    Area - comparative: slightly less than three times the
                                        size of Texas
                       Land boundaries: total: 4,353 km
                                        border countries: Belize 250 km,
                                        Guatemala 962 km, US 3,141 km
                             Coastline: 9,330 km
                       Maritime claims: contiguous zone: 24 NM
                                        territorial sea: 12 NM
                                        exclusive economic zone: 200 NM
                                        continental shelf: 200 NM or to the
                                        edge of the continental margin
                               Climate: varies from tropical to desert
                               Terrain: high, rugged mountains; low coastal
                                        plains; high plateaus; desert
                    Elevation extremes: lowest point: Laguna Salada -10 m
                                        highest point: Volcan Pico de
                                        Orizaba 5,700 m
                     Natural resources: petroleum, silver, copper, gold,
                                        lead, zinc, natural gas, timber
                              Land use: arable land: 13%
                                        permanent crops: 1.1%
                                        other: 85.7% (1998 est.)
                        Irrigated land: 65,000 sq km (1998 est.)
                       Natural hazards: tsunamis along the Pacific coast,
                                        volcanoes and destructive
                                        earthquakes in the center and south,
                                        and hurricanes on the Pacific, Gulf
                                        of Mexico, and Caribbean coasts
          Environment - current issues: scarcity of hazardous waste disposal
                                        facilities; rural to urban
                                        migration; natural fresh water
                                        resources scarce and polluted in
                                        north, inaccessible and poor quality
                                        in center and extreme southeast; raw
                                        sewage and industrial effluents
                                        polluting rivers in urban areas;
                                        deforestation; widespread erosion;
                                        desertification; deteriorating
                                        agricultural lands; serious air and
                                        water pollution in the national
                                        capital and urban centers along US-
                                        Mexico border; land subsidence in
                                        Valley of Mexico caused by
                                        groundwater depletion
                                        note: the government considers the
                                        lack of clean water and
                                        deforestation national security
            Environment - international party to: Biodiversity, Climate
                            agreements: Change, Climate Change-Kyoto
                                        Protocol, Desertification,
                                        Endangered Species, Hazardous
                                        Wastes, Law of the Sea, Marine
                                        Dumping, Marine Life Conservation,
                                        Nuclear Test Ban, Ozone Layer
                                        Protection, Ship Pollution,
                                        Wetlands, Whaling
                                        signed, but not ratified: none of
                                        the selected agreements
                      Geography - note: strategic location on southern
                                        border of US
   People Mexico
                            Population: 103,400,165 (July 2002 est.)
                         Age structure: 0-14 years: 32.8% (male 17,310,230;
                                        female 16,630,935)
                                        15-64 years: 62.7% (male 31,552,877;
                                        female 33,246,668)
                                        65 years and over: 4.5% (male
                                        2,069,826; female 2,589,629) (2002
                Population growth rate: 1.47% (2002 est.)
                            Birth rate: 22.36 births/1,000 population (2002
                            Death rate: 4.99 deaths/1,000 population (2002
                    Net migration rate: -2.71 migrant(s)/1,000 population
                                        (2002 est.)
                             Sex ratio: at birth: 1.05 male(s)/female
                                        under 15 years: 1.04 male(s)/female
                                        15-64 years: 0.95 male(s)/female
                                        65 years and over: 0.8 male(s)/
                                        total population: 0.97 male(s)/
                                        female (2002 est.)
                 Infant mortality rate: 24.52 deaths/1,000 live births (2002
              Life expectancy at birth: total population: 72.03 years
                                        female: 75.21 years (2002 est.)
                                        male: 68.99 years
                  Total fertility rate: 2.57 children born/woman (2002 est.)
      HIV/AIDS - adult prevalence rate: 0.29% (1999 est.)
     HIV/AIDS - people living with HIV/ 150,000 (1999 est.)
                     HIV/AIDS - deaths: 4,700 (1999 est.)
                           Nationality: noun: Mexican(s)
                                        adjective: Mexican
                         Ethnic groups: mestizo (Amerindian-Spanish) 60%,
                                        Amerindian or predominantly
                                        Amerindian 30%, white 9%, other 1%
                             Religions: nominally Roman Catholic 89%,
                                        Protestant 6%, other 5%
                             Languages: Spanish, various Mayan, Nahuatl, and
                                        other regional indigenous languages
                              Literacy: definition: age 15 and over can read
                                        and write
                                        total population: 89.6%
                                        male: 91.8%
                                        female: 87.4% (1995 est.)
   Government Mexico
                          Country name: conventional long form: United
                                        Mexican States
                                        conventional short form: Mexico
                                        local short form: Mexico
                                        local long form: Estados Unidos
                       Government type: federal republic
                               Capital: Mexico (Distrito Federal)
              Administrative divisions: 31 states (estados, singular -
                                        estado) and 1 federal district*
                                        (distrito federal); Aguascalientes,
                                        Baja California, Baja California
                                        Sur, Campeche, Chiapas, Chihuahua,
                                        Coahuila de Zaragoza, Colima,
                                        Distrito Federal*, Durango,
                                        Guanajuato, Guerrero, Hidalgo,
                                        Jalisco, Mexico, Michoacan de
                                        Ocampo, Morelos, Nayarit, Nuevo
                                        Leon, Oaxaca, Puebla, Queretaro de
                                        Arteaga, Quintana Roo, San Luis
                                        Potosi, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tabasco,
                                        Tamaulipas, Tlaxcala, Veracruz-
                                        Llave, Yucatan, Zacatecas
                          Independence: 16 September 1810 (from Spain)
                      National holiday: Independence Day, 16 September
                          Constitution: 5 February 1917
                          Legal system: mixture of US constitutional theory
                                        and civil law system; judicial
                                        review of legislative acts; accepts
                                        compulsory ICJ jurisdiction, with
                              Suffrage: 18 years of age; universal and
                                        compulsory (but not enforced)
                      Executive branch: chief of state: President Vicente
                                        FOX Quesada (since 1 December 2000);
                                        note - the president is both the
                                        chief of state and head of
                                        election results: Vicente FOX
                                        Quesada elected president; percent
                                        of vote - Vicente FOX Quesada (PAN)
                                        42.52%, Francisco LABASTIDA Ochoa
                                        (PRI) 36.1%, Cuauhtemoc CARDENAS
                                        Solorzano (PRD) 16.64%, other 4.74%
                                        elections: president elected by
                                        popular vote for a six-year term;
                                        election last held 2 July 2000 (next
                                        to be held NA July 2006)
                                        cabinet: Cabinet appointed by the
                                        president; note - appointment of
                                        attorney general requires consent of
                                        the Senate
                                        head of government: President
                                        Vicente FOX Quesada (since 1
                                        December 2000); note - the president
                                        is both the chief of state and head
                                        of government
                    Legislative branch: bicameral National Congress or
                                        Congreso de la Union consists of the
                                        Senate or Camara de Senadores (128
                                        seats; 96 are elected by popular
                                        vote to serve six-year terms, and 32
                                        are allocated on the basis of each
                                        party's popular vote) and the
                                        Federal Chamber of Deputies or
                                        Camara Federal de Diputados (500
                                        seats; 300 members are directly
                                        elected by popular vote to serve
                                        three-year terms; remaining 200
                                        members are allocated on the basis
                                        of each party's popular vote, also
                                        for three-year terms)
                                        election results: Senate - percent
                                        of vote by party - NA%; seats by
                                        party - PRI 60, PAN 46, PRD 15, PVEM
                                        5, PT 1, CD 1; Chamber of Deputies -
                                        percent of vote by party - NA%;
                                        seats by party - PRI 211, PAN 207,
                                        PRD 50, PVEM 16, PT 8, PSN 3, PAS 2,
                                        CD 1, independents 2
                                        elections: Senate - last held 2 July
                                        2000 for all of the seats (next to
                                        be held NA 2006); Chamber of
                                        Deputies - last held 2 July 2000
                                        (next to be held NA 2003)
                       Judicial branch: Supreme Court of Justice or Corte
                                        Suprema de Justicia (judges are
                                        appointed by the president with
                                        consent of the Senate)
         Political parties and leaders: Convergence for Democracy or CD
                                        [Dante DELGADO Ranauro];
                                        Institutional Revolutionary Party or
                                        PRI [Dulce Maria SAURI Riancho];
                                        Mexican Green Ecological Party or
                                        PVEM [Jorge Emilio GONZALEZ
                                        Martinez]; National Action Party or
                                        PAN [Luis Felipe BRAVO Mena]; Party
                                        of the Democratic Revolution or PRD
                                        [Amalia GARCIA Medina]; Party of the
                                        Nationalist Society or PSN [Gustavo
                                        RIOJAS Santana]; Social Alliance
                                        Party or PAS [Guillermo CALDERON
                                        Dominguez]; Workers Party or PT
                                        [Alberto ANAYA Gutierrez]
          Political pressure groups and Confederation of Employers of the
                               leaders: Mexican Republic or COPARMEX;
                                        Confederation of Industrial Chambers
                                        or CONCAMIN; Confederation of
                                        Mexican Workers or CTM;
                                        Confederation of National Chambers
                                        of Commerce or CONCANACO;
                                        Coordinator for Foreign Trade
                                        Business Organizations or COECE;
                                        Federation of Unions Providing Goods
                                        and Services or FESEBES; National
                                        Chamber of Transformation Industries
                                        or CANACINTRA; National Peasant
                                        Confederation or CNC; National Union
                                        of Workers or UNT; Regional
                                        Confederation of Mexican Workers or
                                        CROM; Revolutionary Confederation of
                                        Workers and Peasants or CROC; Roman
                                        Catholic Church
             International organization APEC, BCIE, BIS, Caricom (observer),
                         participation: CCC, CDB, CE (observer), EBRD,
                                        ECLAC, FAO, G-3, G-6, G-15, G-19, G-
                                        24, IADB, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICC,
                                        ICFTU, ICRM, IDA, IEA (observer),
                                        IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, ILO, IMF, IMO,
                                        Interpol, IOC, IOM (observer), ISO,
                                        ITU, LAES, LAIA, NAM (observer),
                                        NEA, OAS, OECD, OPANAL, OPCW, PCA,
                                        RG, UN, UN Security Council
                                        (temporary), UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNHCR,
                                        UNIDO, UNITAR, UNU, UPU, WCL, WFTU,
                                        WHO, WIPO, WMO, WToO, WTrO
   Diplomatic representation in the US: chief of mission: Ambassador Juan
                                        Jose BREMER Martino
                                        FAX: [1] (202) 728-1698
                                        consulate(s): Albuquerque,
                                        Brownsville (Texas), Calexico
                                        (California), Corpus Christi, Del
                                        Rio (Texas), Detroit, Douglas
                                        (Arizona), Eagle Pass (Texas),
                                        Fresno (California), McAllen
                                        (Texas), Midland (Texas), Omaha,
                                        Orlando, Oxnard (California),
                                        Philadelphia, Portland (Oregon),
                                        Presidio (Texas), Raleigh, St.
                                        Louis, Salt Lake City, San
                                        Bernardino, Santa Ana (California),
                                        Seattle, Tucson
                                        consulate(s) general: Atlanta,
                                        Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas,
                                        Denver, El Paso, Houston, Laredo
                                        (Texas), Los Angeles, Miami, New
                                        Orleans, New York, Nogales
                                        (Arizona), Phoenix, Sacramento, San
                                        Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco,
                                        San Jose, San Juan (Puerto Rico)
                                        chancery: 1911 Pennsylvania Avenue
                                        NW, Washington, DC 20006
                                        telephone: [1] (202) 728-1600
     Diplomatic representation from the chief of mission: Ambassador Jeffery
                                    US: DAVIDOW
                                        embassy: Paseo de la Reforma 305,
                                        Colonia Cuauhtemoc, 06500 Mexico,
                                        Distrito Federal
                                        mailing address: P. O. Box 3087,
                                        Laredo, TX 78044-3087
                                        telephone: [52] 55 5080-2000
                                        FAX: [52] 55 5080-2005, 2834
                                        consulate(s) general: Ciudad Juarez,
                                        Guadalajara, Monterrey, Tijuana
                                        consulate(s): Hermosillo, Matamoros,
                                        Merida, Nuevo Laredo, Nogales
                      Flag description: three equal vertical bands of green
                                        (hoist side), white, and red; the
                                        coat of arms (an eagle perched on a
                                        cactus with a snake in its beak) is
                                        centered in the white band
   Economy Mexico
                    Economy - overview: Mexico has a free market economy
                                        with a mixture of modern and
                                        outmoded industry and agriculture,
                                        increasingly dominated by the
                                        private sector. Recent
                                        administrations have expanded
                                        competition in seaports, railroads,
                                        telecommunications, electricity,
                                        natural gas distribution, and
                                        airports. Income distribution
                                        remains highly unequal. Trade with
                                        the US and Canada has tripled since
                                        the implementation of NAFTA in 1994.
                                        Following 6.9% growth in 2000, real
                                        GDP fell 0.3% in 2001, with the US
                                        slowdown the principal cause.
                                        Positive developments in 2001
                                        included a drop in inflation to
                                        6.5%, a sharp fall in interest
                                        rates, and a strong peso that
                                        appreciated 5% against the dollar.
                                        Mexico City implemented free trade
                                        agreements with Guatemala, Honduras,
                                        El Salvador, and the European Free
                                        Trade Area in 2001, putting more
                                        than 90% of trade under free trade
                                        agreements. Foreign direct
                                        investment reached $25 billion in
                                        2001, of which $12.5 billion came
                                        from the purchase of Mexico's second
                                        largest bank, Banamex, by Citigroup.
                                   GDP: purchasing power parity - $920
                                        billion (2001 est.)
                GDP - real growth rate: -0.3% (2001 est.)
                      GDP - per capita: purchasing power parity - $9,000
                                        (2001 est.)
           GDP - composition by sector: agriculture: 5%
                                        industry: 26%
                                        services: 69% (2001 est.)
         Population below poverty line: 40% (2001 est.)
     Household income or consumption by lowest 10%: 1.6%
                      percentage share: highest 10%: 41.1% (2001)
   Distribution of family income - Gini 51.9 (1996)
      Inflation rate (consumer prices): 6.5% (2001 est.)
                           Labor force: 39.8 million (2000)
           Labor force - by occupation: agriculture 20%, industry 24%,
                                        services 56% (1998)
                     Unemployment rate: urban - 3% plus considerable
                                        underemployment (2001)
                                Budget: revenues: $136 billion
                                        expenditures: $140 billion,
                                        including capital expenditures of
                                        $NA (2001 est.)
                            Industries: food and beverages, tobacco,
                                        chemicals, iron and steel,
                                        petroleum, mining, textiles,
                                        clothing, motor vehicles, consumer
                                        durables, tourism
     Industrial production growth rate: -3.4% (2001 est.)
              Electricity - production: 194.367 billion kWh (2000)
    Electricity - production by source: fossil fuel: 75.91%
                                        hydro: 16.88%
                                        other: 3.19% (2000)
                                        nuclear: 4.02%
             Electricity - consumption: 182.829 billion kWh (2000)
                 Electricity - exports: 77 million kWh (2000)
                 Electricity - imports: 2.145 billion kWh (2000)
                Agriculture - products: corn, wheat, soybeans, rice, beans,
                                        cotton, coffee, fruit, tomatoes;
                                        beef, poultry, dairy products; wood
                               Exports: $159 billion (f.o.b., 2001)
                 Exports - commodities: manufactured goods, oil and oil
                                        products, silver, fruits,
                                        vegetables, coffee, cotton
                    Exports - partners: US 88.4%, Canada 2%, Germany 0.9%,
                                        Spain 0.8%, Netherlands Antilles
                                        0.6%, Japan 0.4%, UK 0.4%, Venezuela
                                        0.4%, (2001 est.)
                               Imports: $168 billion (f.o.b., 2001)
                 Imports - commodities: metalworking machines, steel mill
                                        products, agricultural machinery,
                                        electrical equipment, car parts for
                                        assembly, repair parts for motor
                                        vehicles, aircraft, and aircraft
                    Imports - partners: US 68.4%, Japan 4.7%, Germany 3.6%,
                                        Canada 2.5%, China 2.2%, South Korea
                                        2.1%, Taiwan 1.6%, Italy 1.3%,
                                        Brazil 1.1% (2001 est.)
                       Debt - external: $191 billion (2001)
              Economic aid - recipient: $1.166 billion (1995)
                              Currency: Mexican peso (MXN)
                         Currency code: MXN
                        Exchange rates: Mexican pesos per US dollar - 9.1614
                                        (January 2002), 9.3423 (2001),
                                        9.4556 (2000), 9.5604 (1999), 9.1360
                                        (1998), 7.9185 (1997)
                           Fiscal year: calendar year
   Communications Mexico
        Telephones - main lines in use: 12.332 million (2000)
          Telephones - mobile cellular: 2.02 million (1998)
                      Telephone system: general assessment: low telephone
                                        density with about 12 main lines per
                                        100 persons; privatized in December
                                        1990; the opening to competition in
                                        January 1997 improved prospects for
                                        domestic: adequate telephone service
                                        for business and government, but the
                                        population is poorly served;
                                        domestic satellite system with 120
                                        earth stations; extensive microwave
                                        radio relay network; considerable
                                        use of fiber-optic cable, coaxial
                                        cable, and mobile cellular service
                                        international: satellite earth
                                        stations - 32 Intelsat, 2
                                        Solidaridad (giving Mexico improved
                                        access to South America, Central
                                        America, and much of the US as well
                                        as enhancing domestic
                                        communications), numerous Inmarsat
                                        mobile earth stations; linked to
                                        Central American Microwave System of
                                        trunk connections; high capacity
                                        Columbus-2 fiber-optic submarine
                                        cable with access to the US, Virgin
                                        Islands, Canary Islands, Morocco,
                                        Spain, and Italy (1997)
              Radio broadcast stations: AM 851, FM 598, shortwave 16 (2000)
                                Radios: 31 million (1997)
         Television broadcast stations: 236 (plus repeaters) (1997)
                           Televisions: 25.6 million (1997)
                 Internet country code: .mx
     Internet Service Providers (ISPs): 51 (2000)
                        Internet users: 3.42 million (2001)
   Transportation Mexico
                              Railways: total: 18,000 km
                                        standard gauge: 18,000 km 1.435-
                                        m gauge (2001)
                              Highways: total: 323,977 km
                                        paved: 96,221 km (including 6,335 km
                                        of expressways)
                                        unpaved: 227,756 km (1997)
                             Waterways: 2,900 km
                                        note: navigable rivers and coastal
                             Pipelines: crude oil 28,200 km; petroleum
                                        products 10,150 km; natural gas
                                        13,254 km; petrochemical 1,400 km
                     Ports and harbors: Acapulco, Altamira, Coatzacoalcos,
                                        Ensenada, Guaymas, La Paz, Lazaro
                                        Cardenas, Manzanillo, Mazatlan,
                                        Progreso, Salina Cruz, Tampico,
                                        Topolobampo, Tuxpan, Veracruz
                       Merchant marine: total: 44 ships (1,000 GRT or over)
                                        totaling 656,594 GRT/987,822 DWT
                                        ships by type: bulk 3, cargo 1,
                                        chemical tanker 4, liquefied gas 3,
                                        petroleum tanker 27, roll on/roll
                                        off 3, short-sea passenger 3
                                        note: includes some foreign-owned
                                        ships registered here as a flag of
                                        convenience: Canada 2, Denmark 1
                                        (2002 est.)
                              Airports: 1,852 (2001)
         Airports - with paved runways: total: 235
                                        over 3,047 m: 11
                                        2,438 to 3,047 m: 28
                                        914 to 1,523 m: 86
                                        under 914 m: 25 (2001)
                                        1,524 to 2,437 m: 85
       Airports - with unpaved runways: total: 1,617
                                        under 914 m: 1,085 (2001)
                                        over 3,047 m: 1
                                        2,438 to 3,047 m: 1
                                        914 to 1,523 m: 461
                                        1,524 to 2,437 m: 69
                             Heliports: 2 (2001)
   Military Mexico
                     Military branches: National Defense Secretariat
                                        (SEDENA) (including Army and Air
                                        Force), Navy Secretariat (including
                                        Naval Air and Marines)
      Military manpower - military age: 18 years of age
                                        note: starting in 2000, females were
                                        allowed to volunteer for military
                                        service (2002 est.)
      Military manpower - availability: males age 15-49: 27,229,581 (2002
   Military manpower - fit for military males age 15-49: 19,761,440 (2002
                               service: est.)
           Military manpower - reaching males: 1,077,536 (2002 est.)
                 military age annually:
         Military expenditures - dollar $4 billion (FY99)
     Military expenditures - percent of 1% (FY99)
   Transnational Issues Mexico
              Disputes - international: none
                         Illicit drugs: illicit cultivation of opium poppy
                                        (cultivation in 2001 - 4,400
                                        hectares; potential heroin
                                        production - 7 metric tons) and
                                        cannabis cultivation in 2001 - 4,100
                                        hectares; government eradication
                                        efforts have been key in keeping
                                        illicit crop levels low; major
                                        supplier of heroin and largest
                                        foreign supplier of marijuana and
                                        methamphetamine to the US market;
                                        continues as the primary
                                        transshipment country for US-bound
                                        cocaine from South America; major
                                        drug syndicates control majority of
                                        drug trafficking throughout the
                                        country; growing producer and
                                        distributor of ecstasy

3. U.S. Gazetteer Places (2000)
Mexico, MO -- U.S. city in Missouri
   Population (2000):    11320
   Housing Units (2000): 5301
   Land area (2000):     11.369149 sq. miles (29.445960 sq. km)
   Water area (2000):    0.336305 sq. miles (0.871027 sq. km)
   Total area (2000):    11.705454 sq. miles (30.316987 sq. km)
   FIPS code:            47648
   Located within:       Missouri (MO), FIPS 29
   Location:             39.165814 N, 91.884761 W
   ZIP Codes (1990):     65265
   Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
    Mexico, MO

4. U.S. Gazetteer Places (2000)
Mexico, NY -- U.S. village in New York
   Population (2000):    1572
   Housing Units (2000): 721
   Land area (2000):     2.138570 sq. miles (5.538871 sq. km)
   Water area (2000):    0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
   Total area (2000):    2.138570 sq. miles (5.538871 sq. km)
   FIPS code:            46811
   Located within:       New York (NY), FIPS 36
   Location:             43.464173 N, 76.234643 W
   ZIP Codes (1990):     13114
   Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
    Mexico, NY

5. U.S. Gazetteer Places (2000)
Mexico, IN -- U.S. Census Designated Place in Indiana
   Population (2000):    984
   Housing Units (2000): 416
   Land area (2000):     5.479261 sq. miles (14.191221 sq. km)
   Water area (2000):    0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
   Total area (2000):    5.479261 sq. miles (14.191221 sq. km)
   FIPS code:            48636
   Located within:       Indiana (IN), FIPS 18
   Location:             40.819892 N, 86.113834 W
   ZIP Codes (1990):    
   Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
    Mexico, IN

6. U.S. Gazetteer Places (2000)
Mexico, PA -- U.S. Census Designated Place in Pennsylvania
   Population (2000):    279
   Housing Units (2000): 116
   Land area (2000):     0.742640 sq. miles (1.923428 sq. km)
   Water area (2000):    0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
   Total area (2000):    0.742640 sq. miles (1.923428 sq. km)
   FIPS code:            48904
   Located within:       Pennsylvania (PA), FIPS 42
   Location:             40.543341 N, 77.354771 W
   ZIP Codes (1990):    
   Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
    Mexico, PA

7. U.S. Gazetteer Places (2000)
Mexico, ME -- U.S. Census Designated Place in Maine
   Population (2000):    1946
   Housing Units (2000): 980
   Land area (2000):     1.034371 sq. miles (2.679008 sq. km)
   Water area (2000):    0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
   Total area (2000):    1.034371 sq. miles (2.679008 sq. km)
   FIPS code:            45250
   Located within:       Maine (ME), FIPS 23
   Location:             44.557153 N, 70.540252 W
   ZIP Codes (1990):     04257
   Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
    Mexico, ME

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