What was the population of Mexico when NAFTA first started?
It was around the 90.5 million mark (December 1994).
Mexico started to introduce jets as soon as these were commercially available, since local and international airlines ran within and out of Mexico since 1923. The first Jet airlines to flight into Mexico included the De Haviland Comet 4C brought by Mexicana de Aviacion in 1960 and the Douglas DC-8brought by Aeromexico in 1962.
Imports are items that you buy from other countries. Many times the products are much more expensive because that is either there first bargain or the products are unavalible in that country. Exports are items you sell to one country to another. This system is usually one through trade agreements such as NAFTA [North American Free Trade Agreement.] NAFTA is the trade agreement for Canada, USA, and Mexico. This agreement helps reduce the amount taxes…
In April 13, 1325 when the Mexica (Me-she-ca) people settled some swampy islands within the Lake Texcoco, naming it as Mexico-Tenochtitlan. It is not known how many people conformed this first settlement, but it eventually had a population of more than 200,000 by the time first contact with Europeans was made in 1519.
There are jobs of all kinds, as Mexico City is the largest city in Mexico (and either the first or second largest city in the world depending how you count population). It also has a lot of government, legal and cultural jobs because Mexico City (often called Mexico DF) is the political and cultural capital of Mexico.
The small rural town of La Gloria in the state of Veracruz is the suspected place where everything started (pop: 2,243). The town has several pig farms. The first confirmed cases of swine flu were identified by March 17th, 2009. At the time, 60% of the town's population was already affected by the illness. Many of the affected people sold their agricultural products or were treated in hospitals at Mexico City (pop: 21.16 million), spreading…