Thursday, July 17, 2014

Mexican State GDP Growth

Surly Hamiltonian is mostly interested in Hamilton and Ontario, but also Canada and the US since it is so large. Why not Mexico too?

A recent topic of many posts here has been Ontario's GDP growth versus Canada and Alberta and the other provinces. In Canada there's major differences in GDP growth between the provinces. Alberta's 2013 GDP growth was 3.9% versus 1.3% for Ontario.

Just like Canada, Mexico is not a monolithic entity and their states vary in GDP growth. Cherokee Gothic has a nice map with Mexican GDP growth per state here.

The takeaway? Campeche apparently sucks. And Mexico has way bigger differences between states than Canada.

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