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Interesting remark you made at the end of first minute. None of Mexico's biggest cities is a city in the coast with a port. A good signal of neglect of commerce for a long time. Is that a legacy from 300 years ago? Can this trend change with the free trade agreements signed with countries all over the world?
Sorry for the late response, I must have missed your question. I do think it is a legacy from colonial times. I think other ports can consciously be developed but it is tough when there is such path dependency. There is so much infrastructure, population, and development in parts of the country, it would be hard to totally re-shape that.