List of Mexican states by GDP

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The following is the list of the GDP (Nominal) of Mexico's 31 federal states (and its Federal District, officially not a state), ranked in order of their GDP (Nominal) as of 2011.

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Mexico, officially the United Mexican States, is a country in the southern portion of North America. It is bordered to the north by the United States; to the south and west by the Pacific Ocean; to the southeast by Guatemala, Belize, and the Caribbean Sea; and to the east by the Gulf of Mexico. Covering almost 2,000,000 square kilometres (770,000 sq mi), the nation is the fifth largest country in the Americas by total area and the 13th largest independent state in the world. With an estimated population of over 120 million people, the country is the eleventh most populous state and the most populous Spanish-speaking state in the world, while being the second most populous nation in Latin America after Brazil. Mexico is a federation comprising 31 states and Mexico City, a special federal entity that is also the capital city and its most populous city. Other metropolises in the state include Guadalajara, Monterrey, Puebla, Toluca, Tijuana and León.

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Mexican states

GDP per capita of Mexican states, US$, 2007. Mexico GDP per capita 2007.svg
GDP per capita of Mexican states, US$, 2007.
Mexican States by GDP - 2014 [1]
RankState GDP (millions of MXN) GDP (millions of USD) Percent
-Flag of Mexico.svg  United Mexican States 13,401,2951,008,206100%
1Flag of Mexican Federal District.svg  Federal District 2,254,840169,63617%
2Flag of Mexico (state).svg  Mexico State 1,209,42490,9879%
3Flag of Nuevo Leon.svg  Nuevo León 999,40775,1877%
4Flag of Jalisco.svg  Jalisco 850,23763,9656%
5Flag of Campeche.svg  Campeche 610,62345,9385%
6Flag of Veracruz.svg  Veracruz 675,46550,8175%
7Flag of Tabasco.svg  Tabasco 434,94832,7223%
8Guanajuato Flag.svg  Guanajuato 557,38241,9334%
9Flag of Puebla.svg  Puebla 424,85631,9633%
10Flag of Coahuila.svg  Coahuila 454,04734,1593%
11Flag of Tamaulipas.svg  Tamaulipas 413,97131,1443%
12Flag of Chihuahua.svg  Chihuahua 382,60428,7843%
13Flag of Sonora.svg  Sonora 397,03329,8703%
14Flag of Baja California.svg  Baja California 382,38328,7673%
15Flag of Michoacan.svg  Michoacán 318,30823,9472%
16Flag of Queretaro.svg  Querétaro 292,72322,0222%
17Flag of Sinaloa.svg  Sinaloa 276,52020,8032%
18Flag of San Luis Potosi.svg  San Luis Potosí 257,97219,4082%
19Flag of Chiapas.svg  Chiapas 234,61817,6512%
20Flag of Hidalgo.svg  Hidalgo 216,42316,2822%
21Flag of Quintana Roo.svg  Quintana Roo 213,67016,0752%
22Flag of Oaxaca.svg  Oaxaca 208,96715,7212%
23Flag of Guerrero.svg  Guerrero 196,50114,7831%
24Flag of Yucatan.svg  Yucatán 195,47114,7061%
25Flag of Durango.png  Durango 158,95611,9591%
26Flag of Aguascalientes.svg  Aguascalientes 163,56712,3051%
27Flag of Morelos.svg  Morelos 155,93611,7311%
28Flag of Zacatecas.svg  Zacatecas 126,1569,4911%
29Flag of Nayarit.svg  Nayarit 87,9566,6171%
30Flag of Colima.svg  Colima 79,8096,0041%
31Flag of Baja California Sur.svg  Baja California Sur 97,8337,3601%
32Flag of Tlaxcala.svg  Tlaxcala 72,6895,4691%



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