Just how safe is it to live in Mexico compared to the rest of the world.

Just how safe is it to live in Mexico compared to the rest of the world.

Bank Accounts, Health Care, Mexico, News, Retirement
Mexico has very low violent crime rates. The U.S. Assault rate is 5 times higher than Mexico’s. Mexico’s violent crime rates for Assault, Kidnapping and Rape are substantially lower than Canada’s and yet the U.S. State Department issues no such warnings for Canada. The rate for Rape in the U.S. is more than double the rate in Mexico.  The numbers in the charts below have been adjusted for unreported crime from the respected 2012 Prominix report and are the most accurate statistics available on this subject. Unless you are involved in the drug trade, you are statistically safer in Mexico than anywhere else in North America. Even though the U.S. murder rate of 4 per 100,000 is lower than Mexico’s, tourists and visitors are statistically safer in Mexico and much…
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Health Care in Puerto Vallarta Mexico what it costs

Health Care in Puerto Vallarta Mexico what it costs

FAQ, Health Care, Mexico, News
Moving or retiring to Puerto Vallarta Mexico, one of your primary concerns when considering a move should be healthcare. Fortunately, you will find that, in general, healthcare in Mexico is very good…and in many places it is excellent. Most doctors and dentists in Mexico received at least part of their training in the U.S. (And many U.S. doctors have trained in Mexico, notably in Guadalajara.) Many of them continue to go to the U.S. or Europe for ongoing training. Every medium to large city in Mexico has at least one first-rate hospital. And a big plus is that the cost of healthcare in Mexico is generally half or less what you might expect to pay in the U.S. The same goes for prescription drugs. Prescription drugs manufactured in Mexico cost,…
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