Mexico

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United Mexican States
Estados Unidos Mexicanos
Pambangsang Dalit: "Mexicanos, al grito de guerra"
Tungku (Sentru/Sidduan)
(and largest city)
Mexico Lakanbalen
19°03′N 99°22′W / 19.05, -99.367
Kikilalanan a amanu Spanish
Gubiernu Federal Republic
Independence
 -  Danuman (%) 2.5%
Populasiun
 -  2006 mga 107,449,525 (11th)
 -  2000 census 101,879,171 
GDP (PPP) 2006 mga
 -  Kaganapan/Kabilugan $1.122 trillion (13th)
 -  Balang katau $10,474 (70th)
HDI (2003) 0.814 (high) (53rd)
Pera Peso (MXN)
Time zone (UTC-8 to -6)
 -  Summer (DST) varies (UTC)
Internet TLD .mx
Calling code 52

Ing Piabeng Mexican States[1] (Template:Audio-es), o karaniwan mayayaus Mexico (IPA: /ˈmɛksɪkoʊ/) (Template:Audio-es Template:IPAes), metung yang federal constitutional republic king Pangulung America. Ing sepu na keng pangulu iyapin ing United States; keng mauli ampong albugan iyapin ing North Pacific Ocean; keng maulingaslagan ing Guatemala, Belize, ampong ing Caribbean Dayat Malat; keng aslgan ing Gulf ning Mexico.[2][3] Ing Piabeng Mexican States metung yang federation a bibilugan da reng atlung pulu't metung a states ampong federal distritu, ing kayang tungku iyapin ing Mexico Lakanbalen, nung nu ing kayang metropolitan karinan metung ya kareng pekamarakal diling populasyun keti mabilug yatu..

Bangsa at territoryu ning Pangulung America
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  1. The alternative translation Mexican United States is also, but not often, used.[1]
  2. Merriam-Webster's Geographical Dictionary, 3rd ed. Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster, Inc.; p. 733
  3. "Mexico". The Columbia Encyclopedia, 6th ed. 2001–6. New York: Columbia University Press.