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mexicos economics

Mexico has a mixed economy of market and command. Mexico has many natural recourses and industries, for example petroleum, natural gas, silver, copper, lead, zinc, and timber. some industries include clothing, chemicals, tourism, and mining. Mexico has a total of 11.8% of arable land and most people in Mexico can read and write. there total literacy rate is 95.1%, and about 4.5% of the people in Mexico are unemployed. there poverty rate is about 51.3% this means more than half of Mexico's people are living in poor conditions. Mexico makes about 1.161 trillion dollars a year and has a GDP of 18,500 dollars.

brazils economics

Brazil has a mixed economy of market and command. brazils industries include cement, lumber, mining, textiles, consumer durables, tourism, tobacco, chemicals, and clothing. brazil has many natural recourses , for example magnesium, nickel, gold, ore, platinum, and hydropower. there arable land total is 8.6% with a literacy rate of 92.6%. Most of Brazils people have jobs, there unemployment rate is 6.4%. brazils people also mostly have jobs and houses as there poverty rate is 21.4%. there economy makes 1,8 trillion dollars per year with a 15,800 GDP.

cubas economics

Cuba has a command economy which means they have all of the power and are in control of the peoples jobs and how they live there daily lives. There natural recourses consists of coper, nickel, salt, cobalt petroleum, iron ore, and silca. Cuba's industries include construction,steele, cement ,petroleum and pharmaceuticals. Cubas literacy rate Is 99.8% and has an unemployment rate of 3%. Cuba's poverty rate is NA% and they make about 77.15 billion dollars a year with a 10,200 GDP.

mexicos goverment

Mexico has a federal government with a presidential democracy. this means the president is the head of the government and the head of the state. Mexico city has 31 states, which all have there own state governments. the citizens vote for the representatives based on the central government, state government, and municipal government. brazil has a legislative branch with 2 houses which means they are bicameral. Mexico's compulsory and universal age is 18 years old.

brazils goverment

brazil has a federal government with a presidential democracy. the leader is then elected from the citizens. brazil has a bicameral legislative branch, which means they have two legislative branches. the states are broken into 5,500 municipalities. all political units have there own set of rules and laws to follow. the central government does not allow any one to leave or break away from the national government. the citizens are allowed to vote between the ages of 16-18. after the age of 19-70 you are required to vote.

cubas goverment

Cuba has a unitary system of government, after that in 1959 Fidel Castro made Cuba a communist government. Cuba has one political party called the communist party of Cuba. this political party makes all the decisions and has all control. the capital of Cuba is Havana and all the citizens are required to follow the rules of the country. Cuba has a unicameral system which means they only have one legislative branch that holds all the power.

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Brasilia Brazil

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Mexico city Mexico

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