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The word Mexico does have an accent in Spanish, but not in English. There are no accents in English; the words in which we are used to seeing them (resume, fiancee) are actually words from other languages - usually French - that have been loaned into English.

The word "Mexico" looks so similar in Spanish and English that I don't think it matters if you use the accent when writing in English.

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