Why does Mexico having a lot of population?

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Because Mexico is one of the largest countries in the Americas (5th) and during the Green Revolution of 1945, Mexico achieved food self-sufficiency due to improved crop quality, specially for maize and wheat. Also, during the second half of the 20th century, much improvements in health (specifically children vaccinations, which became universal) allowed for a demographic explosion that lasted until early 1990's

Right now Mexico is entering the "transition" phase, where population growth is slowly halting and most population is reaching the 25-35 years old threshold.
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