Who established a trade route between Mexico and the Philippines?

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Andres de Urdaneta (1498 - 1658) established the Manila-Acapulco Galleon Route (known as Nao de China in Mexico).
Mexican settlement in the Philippines comprises a multilingual Filipino ethnic group composed of Philippine citizens withMexican ancestry.[3][not in citation given] The immigration of Mexicans to the Philippines dates back to the Spanish period. In the Philippines there are 400 Mexicans currently residing. The Mexican community has been established in those islands many years ago. Migration from Mexico has been important since the Spanish period and when the Philippines was trading with this country during the Viceroyalty of New Spain, Mexican mestizos mixed with the inhabitants of the islands, similar to the amount of Spain and the United States, numbering up many names of Spanish origin.[4] Mexican Filipinos are ethnically diverse. They can be Mexicans of European descent, Indigenous peoples of Mexico, mixed-race, or members of any other group. Mexicans in the Philippines numbered 173 in 2010.[
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