According to Mexican Social Security Institute figures, “In September, over 160,000 new formal jobs were registered in our country,” meaning that this administration has achieved a record figure for job creation: 2,503,000.

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Economic growth, employment, consumption and inflation, are the indicators that reflect a country’s stable development.

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Today it is possible to create a company through the Internet, at no cost and in just 24 hours.

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Telecommunications Reform recognizes the right to access to information  and communication  technologies on a par with rights such as education and health services.

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Mexico has overtaken Brazil as the seventh largest vehicle producer worldwide. 

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Tourism accounts for 8.5 percent of the Gross Domestic Product and generates in the order of 9 million jobs directly and indirectly, he said.

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The government made a commitment, during this administration, to promote the development of the countryside and the welfare of families who make their living from it.

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