After suffering thorough a seismic financial collapse two years ago, Mexico is slowly rebuilding its economy.

Per capita income, which stood at around $4,000 in 1994, is back up-but only to around $2,800. Unemployment remains high, a simmering guerrilla campaign drags on in the South, and many Mexicans continue to view the road north to the United States as their best hope for the future.

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