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80% of Mexico's states and metropolitan areas are at a developing and growing stage, as reported by PwC Mexico's publication "Mexico's States of Opportunity 2012"

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07-Nov-2012
• In this stage, the states are implementing the basic elements for change related to economic, infrastructure, social, technological and urban development aspects, among others

November 7, 2012-According to the publication "Mexico's States of Opportunity 2012" prepared by PwC Mexico, in collaboration with the National Autonomous University, 80% of Mexico's states and metropolitan areas are in the middle stage of development and growth. In this stage, the states are implementing the basic elements for change related to economic, infrastructure, social, technological and urban development aspects, among others.

The study presents conclusive information of a country rich in opportunities, capabilities and talent, as well as citizens committed to changing its institutions and environment, with their view set on the future, but aware of the fact that it must be built in the present. The publication shows the level of progress achieved by the states based on ten key indicators that have a direct impact on the quality of life of the people, such as Transparency, Economic Development, Infrastructure, Technology, Health and Education, among others.
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