Mexico City: 2012 Olympics Essay by Ace writers

Mexico City: 2012 Olympics
Overview of Mexico City's and Mexico's economic condition and how the economic conditions make Mexico City a viable choice for the 2012 Olympic Games.
# 46696 | 1,438 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Jan 18, 2004 in Economics (International) , Sport (Olympics) , Latin-American Studies (General) , Tourism (General)

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This paper analyzes a report, prepared by Mexico City's Olympic Economics Committee, that was written with the intention of showing that Mexico City should indeed be a candidate to host the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. The paper presents evidence of Mexico City's robust and growing economy by looking at such economic factors as GDP, jobs and industries, economic outlook, and the Olympic budget.

Economic Overview
What are primary jobs and industries?
How developed is Mexico City?
What about available workers, total population, etc.?
Economic Outlook
Olympic Budget
Benefits for Mexico City

From the Paper:

"Mexico City has come a long way from its colonial economy that was based mostly on mining, particularly silver. Today it boasts an economy that is diverse. The economy today includes strong agriculture, petroleum and industry sectors. With this diversification, Mexico City is not only the largest city in the world, with approximately 20 million inhabitants, but the city is considered the second strongest economy in all of Latin America (Mexico: Mexico City)."

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