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Mexican States by GDP (PPP) per capita - 2018 Rank State PPP per capita (MXN) PPP per capita (USD) 1 Campeche: 613,639 67,233 2 Mexico City: 437,405 47,924 3 Nuevo León: 338,655 37,105 4 Baja California Sur: 295,875 32,418 5 Coahuila: 289,002 31,665 6 Querétaro: 266,775 29,229 7 Sonora: 260,071 28,495 8 Aguascalientes: 247,577 27,126 9
The following is the list of Mexico's 32 federal states ranked by their GDP (PPP) per capita as of 2018, according to OECD Statistics.  GDP per capita of Mexican states, US$, 2007.
State PPP per capita MXN PPP per capita USD; 1 Campeche: 613,639 67,233 2 Mexico City: 437,405 47,924 3 Nuevo León: 338,655 37,105 4 Baja California Sur: 295,875 32,418 5 Coahuila: 289,002 31,665 6 Querétaro: 266,775 29,229 7 Sonora: 260,071 28,495 8 Aguascalientes: 247,577 27,126 9 Quintana Roo: 219,011 23,996 10 Baja California: 216,675 23,740 11
The following is the list of the GDP per capita of Mexico's 32 federal states, ranked in order of their GDP per capita (PPP) as of 2016.
Mexican States by GDP (Nominal) - 2019 Rank State Millions of MXN Millions of USD % of total - Mexico: 17,690,674 918,347 100.00% 1 Mexico City: 3,139,561 162,979 17.75% 2 State of Mexico: 1,578,335 81,934 8.92% 3 Nuevo León: 1,377,525 71,509 7.79% 4 Jalisco: 1,216,771 63,164 6.88% 5 Veracruz: 802,757 41,672 4.54% 6 Guanajuato: 706,015 36,650 3.99% 7
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Mexico is a country located south of the North American continent. The country is considered to have an upper middle-income economy having a Gross National Income that is the second highest in Latin America. As of 2010, 46% of the Mexican population lived below the poverty line. The country is divided into 31 states and a Federal District making it known officially as the United Mexican States. A huge population living under the poverty line would make any nation considered poor. Among the Mexican states, there are some that have low poverty rates, and in line with this observation, they are considered rich. Nuevo León is a state in Mexico. The state of Nuevo León has a gross domestic product per capita (PPP) of $27,000. By 2010, the economy of the state represented approximately 11.4% of the countrys total GDP. Its economy is mainly export oriented and largely based on manufacturing. In line with this, the state has the lowest poverty rate among the Mexican states with a poverty rate of 23.2% in 2012.
Formally known as Coahuila de Zaragoza, Coahuila has a population of over 2 million people. The state is Mexicos top mining state having 95% of Mexicos coal reserves. The state economy makes up 3.5% of the total gross domestic product in Mexico. Coahuila has the highest public debt in Mexico. In 2012, the state had the second lowest poverty rate of 27.9%. The state of Sonora is considered one of Mexicos wealthiest states with a GDP per capita higher than average by about 15%. The state is rich in mineral resources thus has generally been self-reliant. Most of the people living in Sonora are employed in the industry and tourism sector. The state had a poverty rate of 29.1% in 2012. Sonora has strong ties with the US economy and has a labor force that is highly skilled. The name Baja California means Lower California. The states economy represents 3.3% of Mexicos GDP. The economy is strongly focused on manufacturing export products. There are in excess of 900 companies working under the federal prosec program in the state of Baja California. With a population of over three million people, the state had a poverty rate of 30.2% in 2012. Baja California Sur translates to South Lower California. The state is the second smallest in Mexico with a population of 763,929 as of 2015. Mining and construction account for 26.62% of the states gross domestic product (GDP). The state produces salt of 99.7% purity. The agriculture and fishing sector, once a high contributor to the GDP, account for 3.89% of the GDP. The poverty rate stood at 31.0% in 2012 for the state of Baja California Sur. The state of Colima has a population of 711,235 as of 2015, which is the smallest population in all the Mexican states. Colima, however, has one of the highest standards of living in Mexico. The states economy makes only 0.5% of the gross domestic product (GDP) of Mexico, since it is small. In agricultural products, Colima is the second producer of coconut meat and tuna in the country. The state has one of the lowest unemployment rates, with around 24.1% of the population employed in the service sector. Colima had a poverty rate that stood at 34.4% as of 2012. Chihuahua is Mexicos largest and most populated state with a population of over 3 million as of 2015. The poverty rate of Chihuahua in 2012 stood at 35.3%. The states economy accounts for 2.7% of Mexicos gross domestic product. The largest sector that contributes to the economy of Chihuahua is the service sector at 59.28%. The states economy is founded by small businesses which employ most of Chihuahuas population. Although the states mining industry is small, it produces minerals in large quantities, leading the countrys production of lead. Sinaloa is a state in Mexico with an area of 22,500 square miles and a population of more than 2 million people as of 2015. The states main economic activity is agriculture, which has led to the Sinaloa being referred to as breadbasket of Mexico. Other activities include commerce, industry, fishing, and livestock keeping. Agriculture contributes about 15% of the states GDP. In recent years, the unemployment rate of Sinaloa has been decreasing and now stands at only 5.04%. Sinaloa is considered one of the richest Mexican states with a poverty rate of 36.3% recorded in 2012. The state of Querétaro, which was formally called Querétaro de Arteaga, is among the smallest states in the United Mexican States. The economy of Querétaro follows the trend at the national level closely, and this has seen a reduction in the gross domestic product (GDP) of agriculture and a rise in manufacturing. Manufacturing in Querétaro accounts for 32% of the states GDP. Illiteracy levels in the state are very low at only 3.32% whereas 95.26% of the active population, which include people above the age of 12, is employed in Querétaro. The state of Querétaro stands proudly in the top 10 richest Mexican states with a poverty rate of 36.9%.
The economy of Mexico is the worlds 15th largest in nominal GDP and the 11th largest based on Purchasing power Parity. Approximately 52 million people representing 46% of the population live in poverty. The macroeconomic fundamentals have increased significantly since 1994 and the country was not affected with the South American crisis of 2002. It is estimated that by 2050, Mexicos economy will be the fifth largest in the whole world. The country comes in second after Chile, in having the highest variation between the very poor and the very rich. About 0.2% of Mexicos gross domestic product comes from remittances sent by Mexican citizens working in the US.
In 2000, the federal entities with the highest GDP per capita in Mexico were the Federal District (US$26,320), Campeche (US$18,900) and Nuevo León (US$30,250); the states with the lowest GDP per capita were Chiapas (US$3,302), Oaxaca (US$4,100) and Guerrero (US$6,800). Economic sectors