Mexico City

1. Mexico - the country​

2. Hard Facts about Mexico

3. Economy of Mexico​

4. Government of Mexico​​

5. Merchandise trade Mexico and United States

6. History of Mexico

7. People and Culture of Mexico

Selecting the right location is strategically particularly important. We will help you to select the right which will meet exactly your needs.

1. Figures and Facts Monterrey

300 km

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$500,000

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6.4 Million

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$700

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5

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$10

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$5

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2. Monterrey - the city​

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Mexico’s third largest city and capital city of the state of Nuevo Leon—is set in the spectacular Sierra Madre mountain region of north-west Mexico.

Three million residents populate Monterrey’s metropolitan area and when you visit here, you realize that Monterrey is more like the United States and less like Mexico.Monterrey is Mexico’s modern-day commercial and industrial powerhouse. Many of Mexico’s most important companies are headquartered here; it is also a huge area for maquliadoras—factories where goods are assembled, often using foreign components, to be exported once again for sale in the USA, Europe and Asia.

The city’s main square, Plaza Makro, is one of the largest in the world; but it was created in the 1980’s with efficiency in mind; people here don’t stroll around admiring the architecture—they are probably late for their next business appointment.

Although most tourists by-pass Monterrey, in doing so they miss the opportunity to experience a perfect example of a city that combines the new and the old Mexico, as well as missing the enjoyment of many of the attractions waiting for them nearby.

There are several museums in Monterrey, including the famous Museum of Contemporary Art. Monterrey is also home to the country’s top University – Instituto Tecnologico de Monterrey, which now has several campuses throughout the country, including a huge complex in Mexico City.

The cathedral and buildings centered around the main plaza are an excellent example of modern colonial architecture blending in with the old world.

Within an hour of Monterrey, you’ll find some stunning ecological attractions too, including caves, waterfalls and, of course, the majestic and famous Sierra Madre mountain range which flanks this important Mexican city. The climate is ideal for taking part in a variety of outdoor sports and activities.

Don’t write-off Monterrey as a commercialized piece of the USA in Mexico: to do so would be denying yourself the chance to experience a great city; one which is vibrant and confident, and which is at the cutting edge of Mexico’s drive to develop and grow into a more prosperous nation.

3. Monterrey's Economic

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4. Monterrey's Peace Index

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