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30% of Mexico's GNP was from REMISA, the funds sent from the US back to Mexico

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Cities
  • Mexico City (8,851,080)
  • Ecatepec  (1,655,015)
  • Guadalajara (1,495,182)
  • Puebla (1,434,062)
  • Juarez (1,321,004)
  • Tijuana (1,300,983)
  • Leon (1,238,962)
  • Zapopan (1,142,483)
  • Monterrey (1,135,512)
  • Nezahualcoyotl (1,104,585)
  • Chihuahua (809,232)
  • Naucalpan (792,211)
  • Merida (777,615)
  • San Luis Potosi (722,772)
  • Aguascalientes (722,250)
  • Hermosillo (715,061)
  • Saltillo (709,671)
  • Mexicali (689,775)
  • Culiacan (675,773)
  • Guadalupe (673,616)
  • Acapulco (673,479)
  • Tlalnepantla (653,410)
  • Cancun (628,306)
  • Queretaro (626,495)
  • Chimalhuacan (612,383)
  • Torreon (608,836)
  • Morelia (597,511)
  • Reynosa (589,466)
  • Tlaquepaque (575,942)
  • Tuxtla Gutierrez (537,102)
  • Durango (518,709)
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President Lazaro Cardenas

History
  • Mexican President Lazaro Cardenas nationalized Mexican oil fields from Shell Oil and Standard Oil
  • Mexico achieves 100% food self-sufficiency (1963)
  • Mexico down to only 85% food self-sufficiency (1990)
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