Mexico Landmarks and Climate

Mexico Landmarks and Climate

North and Central America
Mexico - money Local currency: 1 Mexican Nuevo Peso is equal to 100 Centavos Currency abbreviation: $, MXN Banknotes are invalue of $ 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, and $ 1,000, coins valued at 5, 10, 20, and 50 centavos, and $ 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, and $ 100 coins. Currency Exchange: US dollars are the easiest to change. As well as banks, Exchange offices (casas de cambio) and larger hotels change cash. In tourist areas you can often pay in US dollars in hotels and restaurants, but the exchange rate is poor. Credit Cards: the major credit cards (Eurocard, Visa, MasterCard, Diners Club) are normally accepted by most airlines, car rental companies, travel agencies, better hotels, and some restaurants and shops. Credit cards from American Express are…
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Mexico 2007

Mexico 2007

North and Central America
Yearbook 2007 Mexico. The state of Tabasco was hit by the worst floods in Mexico in 50 years at the end of October/November. Miraculously, no deaths occurred there, but four people died in landslides in the southern state of Chiapas. Several important regional elections were held during the year and all were considered to be important barometers in the political climate, primarily before the 2009 congressional elections. end most of the governor's posts in the country, while the current government party PAN (Partido Acción Nacional) fared worst. Its only success was noted in Baja California, where on August 5, the party won the governorship and mayoral positions in several of the most important cities. PRI won great success in i.e. the states of Yucatán, Veracruz and Sinaloa where the party…
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