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As of 2005, Nuevo Leon's population was about 4.1 million. Almost 80% of the population resides in the metropolitan area of Monterrey.
Nuevo LeÃ³n (Spanish for "New LeÃ³n", after the former kingdom in Spain) is a state located in northeastern Mexico. It borders the states of Tamaulipas to the north and east and San Luis PotosÃ to the south, and Coahuila to the west. To the north, Nuevo LeÃ³n accounts for a 15 kilometer (9 mi) stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border adjacent to the U.S. state of Texas.
Highly industralized, Nuevo LeÃ³n possesses a standard of living similar to that of countries such as Croatia, Slovakia or Poland. In 2007, the per capita GDP of the state was similar to that of the Asian Tiger of Taiwan and even higher than that of some European Union states such as Slovakia and Hungary. At $26,658, it was the highest GDP per capita (PPP) of any Mexican state (not counting the Federal District), and was therefore higher than the Mexican national average (2007 GDP per capita (PPP) national average was $14,119). One of its municipalities, San Pedro Garza GarcÃa, has the highest income per capita in Mexico. It is one of the largest cities in the nation and home of powerful conglomerates, such as Cemex (third largest cement company in the world, after Lafarge and Holcim), Bimbo (bakery and pastry), Maseca (food and grains), Banorte (the only high-street bank in Mexico wholly owned by Mexicans), Alfa (Sigma, Alestra, Nemak, Alpek and Hylsa (recently bought by Ternium), i-service (HelpDesk), Vitro SA (glass), FEMSA (Coca-Cola in Latin America), and CervecerÃa CuauhtÃ©moc Moctezuma (brewers of Sol, Tecate, XX, Bohemia, Indio and Nochebuena). Nuevo Leon also boasts a rich agricultural core, called the "orange belt", which comprises the municipalities of Allende, Montemorelos, Hualahuises, General Teran and Linares. Small but productive investments have been transforming traditional harvests (mainly based on orange and cereals) into agroindustrial developments that are producing increasing revenues for the local economy. In contrast with the relative wealth of industrial Nuevo Leon and the orange belt, the Southern part of the state (municipalities of Galeana, Arramberri, Zaragoza, Doctor Arroyo and Mier y Noriega) remains rural and less productive. Most of The South of the state is at the mercy of a very dry weather that represents a major hurdle for agriculture and livestock. As of 2007, Nuevo Leonâ€™s economy represents 11.4% of Mexicoâ€™s total gross domestic product or 105 billion USD. Nuevo Leon's economy has a strong focus on export oriented manufacturing (i.e. maquiladora / INMEX). As of 2005, 431,551 people are employed in the manufacturing sector. Foreign direct investment in Nuevo Leon was 1,213.1 million USD for 2005. In recent years, the state government has been making efforts in attracting significant investments in aeronautics, biotechnology, mechatronics, information and communication technologies fields with the creation of the Research and Technology Innovation Park PIIT (Parque de InvestigaciÃ³n e InnovaciÃ³n TecnolÃ³gica), a technology park oriented in the development, innovation and research of sciences. The project is one of the key strategies within the Monterrey, international City of Knowledge program. The park is located in the municipality of Apodaca, part of Greater Monterrey at the 10 km of the highway to Monterreyâ€™s International Airport. It consists of a total surface area of 70 Ha (172 acres), half of it already committed to R&D centers. The other 35 Ha (86 acres) are available for research and development centers, and for businesses that meet the Parkâ€™s objectives. 
Nuevo LeÃ³n has an extreme climate, and there is very little rainfall throughout the year. The territory covers 64,924 square kilometers (25,067.3 sq mi), and can be divided into three regions: a hot, dry region in the north, a temperate region in the mountains, and a semi-arid region in the south. The Sierra Madre Oriental mountain range affects in an important way the lay of the land forming the Galeana and Doctor Arroyo plateaus, the Iguana, Picachos, Papagayos, and Santa Clara mountain ranges, and the PilÃ³n, AscensiÃ³n, and RÃo Blanco valleys. As for hydrography, the San Juan River supplies the El Cuchillo dam, which provides water for Monterrey and the metropolitan area. There are also the Cerro Prieto, La Boca, VaquerÃas, Nogalitos, and Agualeguas dams. Laguna de Labradores is a major lake in Nuevo LeÃ³n, and Pozo del GavilÃ¡n is a natural well. Both are located in the Galeana municipality. The flora of the region includes brush and pastures in the low regions, and pine and oak trees in the mountains. The fauna includes black bears, mountain lions, javelinas, foxes, coyotes, and white-tailed deer, along with smaller species.
See main article Politics and government of Nuevo LeÃ³n. Official name: Estado Libre y Soberano de Nuevo LeÃ³n (Free and Sovereign State of Nuevo LeÃ³n). Official motto: Latin: Semper Ascendens (Always Ascending). Type of government: Republican and representative according to 30th article of the local constitution. See also: List of political parties in Mexico Executive: In 6 July 2003 gubernatorial election, Alianza Ciudadana â€“ an electoral alliance between the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) and the Green Ecological Party of Mexico (PVEM) â€“ regained control of the state from President Fox's party National Action Party (PAN). The new governor, Natividad GonzÃ¡lez ParÃ¡s of the PRI, was sworn in on 4 October 2003 for a period of six years. Cabinet: Chosen directly by the Governor except for the General Comptroller and the State General Attorney, which are elected by Congress from a list of names provided by the Governor. Legislative: The State has a unicameral chamber. The LXXI Congress of Nuevo LeÃ³n is composed of 42 deputies, 26 of them chosen by first-past-the-post electoral districts and 16 of them by proportional representation on a party-list basis. The parties represented are the PRI with 15 deputies, the PAN with 22 deputies, the Partido del Trabajo (PT) with two deputies, the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD) with one, and the New Alliance party (PANAL) with two deputies. Judiciary: Judicial power rests in the Superior Court of Justice of Nuevo LeÃ³n, led by Minister Gustavo Adolfo Guerrero GutiÃ©rrez. Political parties: Official recognition is given by the State Electoral Commission to those parties getting more than 1.5% of the votes in the last election (Art.40 of the State Electoral Law), which are the ones represented in Congress.
* Apodaca * Cadereyta JimÃ©nez * Ciudad Benito JuÃ¡rez * General Escobedo * Guadalupe * Linares * Monterrey * Sabinas Hidalgo * San NicolÃ¡s de los Garza * San Pedro Garza GarcÃa * Santa Catarina
Nuevo LeÃ³n is divided into 51 municipalities (municipios). See municipalities of Nuevo LeÃ³n.
It was originally founded by Alberto del Canto, although frequent raids by Chichimecas, the natives of the north, prevented the establishment of almost any permanent settlements. Subsequent to the failure of del Canto to populate Nuevo LeÃ³n, Luis Carvajal y de la Cueva, at the head of Portuguese and Spanish settlers, requested permission from the Spanish King to attempt to repopulate the area which would be called the New Kingdom of LeÃ³n, it eventually became (along with the provinces of Coahuila, Nuevo Santander and Texas) one of the Eastern Internal Provinces in Northern New Spain. In the 19th century, Nuevo LeÃ³n was in a growth spurt and the bargain land deals attracted immigrants of German, Slavic, French, Italian, Jewish and Anglo-American origin. The capital of Nuevo LeÃ³n is Monterrey, the third largest city in Mexico with over four million residents. Monterrey is a modern and affluent city, and Nuevo LeÃ³n has long been one of Mexico's most industrialized states.
* History of Nuevo LeÃ³n * Fiestas of Nuevo LeÃ³n * Kingdom of LeÃ³n * Leonese language
* Human Development Report for Mexico 2002 * (Spanish) Historia de Nuevo LeÃ³n by Israel Cavazos * (Spanish) Enciclopedia de los Municipios de MÃ©xico * (Spanish) ComisiÃ³n Estatal Electoral de Nuevo LeÃ³n * (Spanish) Ley Estatal Electoral de Nuevo LeÃ³n, 1996