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Mexico has one of the world's largest economies, it is the tenth largest oil producer in the world, the largest silver producer in the world and is considered both a [[regional power]] and [[middle power]]. In addition, Mexico was the first [[Latin America]]n member of the [[Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development]] OECD (since 1994), and considered an upper-middle income country by the World Bank. Mexico is considered a [[newly industrialized country]] and an [[Emerging Powers|emerging power]]. It has the [[List of countries by GDP (nominal)|fifteenth largest]] nominal GDP and the [[List of countries by GDP (PPP)|tenth largest]] GDP by [[purchasing power parity]]. The [[Economy of Mexico|economy]] is strongly linked to those of its [[North American Free Trade Agreement]] (NAFTA) partners, especially the United States. Mexico ranks sixth in the world and first in the Americas by number of [[UNESCO]] [[World Heritage Sites]] with [[List of World Heritage Sites in Mexico|32]] and in 2010 was the tenth most visited country in the world with 22.5 million international arrivals per year. According to [[Goldman Sachs]], by 2050 Mexico is expected to become the world's fifth largest economy. [[PricewaterhouseCoopers]] (PwC) estimated in January 2013 that by 2050 Mexico could be the world's seventh largest economy. Mexico has membership in prominent institutions such as the [[UN]], the [[WTO]], the [[G20]] and the [[Uniting for Consensus]].
 
Mexico has one of the world's largest economies, it is the tenth largest oil producer in the world, the largest silver producer in the world and is considered both a [[regional power]] and [[middle power]]. In addition, Mexico was the first [[Latin America]]n member of the [[Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development]] OECD (since 1994), and considered an upper-middle income country by the World Bank. Mexico is considered a [[newly industrialized country]] and an [[Emerging Powers|emerging power]]. It has the [[List of countries by GDP (nominal)|fifteenth largest]] nominal GDP and the [[List of countries by GDP (PPP)|tenth largest]] GDP by [[purchasing power parity]]. The [[Economy of Mexico|economy]] is strongly linked to those of its [[North American Free Trade Agreement]] (NAFTA) partners, especially the United States. Mexico ranks sixth in the world and first in the Americas by number of [[UNESCO]] [[World Heritage Sites]] with [[List of World Heritage Sites in Mexico|32]] and in 2010 was the tenth most visited country in the world with 22.5 million international arrivals per year. According to [[Goldman Sachs]], by 2050 Mexico is expected to become the world's fifth largest economy. [[PricewaterhouseCoopers]] (PwC) estimated in January 2013 that by 2050 Mexico could be the world's seventh largest economy. Mexico has membership in prominent institutions such as the [[UN]], the [[WTO]], the [[G20]] and the [[Uniting for Consensus]].
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