BRAZIL, CUBA , AND MEXICO

BRAZIL, CUBA , AND MEXICO
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  • Mexico Economy - overview. Economy - overview: Mexico's $2.2 trillion economyhas become increasingly oriented toward manufacturing since the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) entered into force in 1994. Per capita income is roughly one-third that of the US; income distribution remains highly unequal.
  • Mexico's Seasons: Dry Season (November to April) – arid and warm weather with little rain
  • MEXICO
  • Snow in Brazil occurs yearly in the high plains of the country's South Region
  • Brazil Market is a free market economy organized along capitalist lines. Measured in Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) as of 2006, the Brazilian economy is the ninth-largest in the world and is the largest in South America with the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) aggregating to US $ 1.813 trillion.
  • BRAZIL
  • Economy: The Cuban economy is based on the agricultural activity, the tourist activity, the mining and the industry; the main productions of the country are: raw sugar, tobacco in branch, tourist services, alcoholic drinks, tobaccos (cigars) and cigarettes, nickel, coffee, citric, perfumery and derived products 
  • CUBA
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