Mexico has more than 100 cities, but the United States is the biggest destination, with more than 2,500.
In 2017, the United Nations said Mexico’s gross domestic product (GDP) was $6.5 trillion.
The United States accounted for almost 40 percent of that total.
Mexico is home to the largest number of American citizens living in the country.
There are over 2.3 million people living in Mexico, and more than 50 percent of them are Mexican citizens.
Many Americans also travel to Mexico for work, family or cultural reasons.
In 2018, there were 1,000 U.S. citizens in Mexico.
Mexico hosts some of the largest American and international festivals in the world, such as the Mexico City Festival and the Teatro Tijuana.
In 2019, the U.N. World Tourism Organization ranked Mexico second in the World in the number of international visitors, after the United Kingdom.
Travel is also popular in Mexico for people seeking a break from the grind of everyday life.
It’s an option for many Americans and Mexican citizens who have no other way to escape their daily routines.
The World Health Organization says that Mexicans spend on average six hours a day in bed.
In addition, a study from the World Bank says that a fifth of the population in Mexico lives in poverty, and that about 1.3 billion people have been displaced due to the country’s ongoing conflict with the countrys armed forces.
Mexico’s unemployment rate is the highest in the Americas, and many Mexicans say that it’s a huge burden on their families.