Mexico is a land of industrial contradictions. An average daily wage for a common labourer is $ 4, but factory executives often earn more than their counter-parts in the USA. News headlines scream of rampant violence, especially along the eastern and western coasts and northern and southern borders yet most factory towns enjoy far lower homicide rates than most American cities.
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