First Tier Border Cities (on or in close proximity to the U.S. - Mexico border)
Second Tier Border Cities (a bit off the border but still easy logistics to the U.S. - Mexico border)
Bajio Cities (center of Mexico)
San Luis Potosi
Capital and Nearby Industrial Cities
Mexico D.F. (Mexico City)
Other Key Cities (including ports)
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