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Tourism

Due to its location, Nogales is one of the most important ports of entry for American tourism. The down area the tourist first encounters consists of bars, strip clubs, hotels, restaurants, and a large amount of curios stores. Curios stores sell a large amount of artesanias (handicrafts, leather art, hand-made flowers, clothes) brought from the deeper central and southern states of Mexico. Local dishes commonly available in restaurants include all kind of antojitos (Mexican food) such as enchiladas, tacos, burritos with carne machaca (dried meat), menudo and tamales.[1]

 Medical and dental care for U.S. citizens

Because of its proximity to Tucson, AZ, Nogales has become one of the largest providers of health care in Mexico for US patients. The medical and dental community has succeeded in providing care that is comparable to the USA in professionalism, equipment, and competency at a price that is 40% to 60% cheaper than in the USA.

The Nogales Doctors and Dentists Directory [1] lists over 200 providers, many proudly show their credentials, experience, and photos of their offices, equipment, and staff.

 Municipal government

Nogales has been governed by the Institutional Revolutionary Party for its entire history until the 2006 elections when power shifted to the National Action Party. After more than 10 decades of being in power PRI lost office against PAN when long time successful business man and recognized altruist Marco Antonio Martinez Dabdoub ran for presidency of this municipality. With a victory of about 30,000 votes over his PRI opponent, Martinez had now marked history for PAN and Nogales.

 Production and export

Approximately 92 establishments are dedicated to the production of various products for foreign export. Sixty five of these establishments are located in seven industrial parks. These plants employ approximately 25,400 workers, around the 50 percent of the total employed population of the municipality.[1]

 Other

The primary commercial artery is Mexico Federal Highway 15 which links the state with the U.S. as well as major cities in Mexico. Also important to the economy is Livestock for both foreign export and cattle breeding.

 Escobarista’s rebellion

On March 1929, Escobarista’s rebellion exploded, sponsored by an old Obregonistas. At the beginning of the month, General Manuel Aguirre, commanding the 64th regiment, got the power without firing a shot. In revenge the federal powers from Naco sent an airplane to attack the rebels and with that action create the revolution dropping a few bombs over Nogales without any damage. The people who empowered the town answered with some machine guns from the roofs, without any damage to the airplanes. There was only one casualty caused by a heart attack, scared by the bomb explosion. That same month, a hooded man appeared at night driving a tank on the Morley street of the neighbour population, entering Mexico in the exit of the border. The next day this man began helping the federals in Naco. It seems that the tank was bought in 1927 for fighting the Yanquis, but the officials of the USA border prohibited its exit of United States, and it was kept in a warehouse in Nogales Arizona.[