Chihuahua, Mexico: A Guide for Intercultural Success
Chihuahua is the largest state in all of Mexico. This mountainous Mexican state and major international business center is home to the world’s fifth largest oil company, Petróleos Mexicanos. According to Forbes, the state of Chihuahua’s continuous growth is classified as “green” with 65 percent in economic development, ahead of Mexico City’s 45 percent growth. As many pet lovers know, the cute, small-sized canine breed of Chihuahuas originated here.
If you are a first-time business traveler or entrepreneur seeking global expansion into Chihuahua, Mexico, consider the following 8 international tips and facts:
- Climate: Due to Chihuahua’s mountainous and desert region, the year-round climate is usually dry. Chihuahua’s average annual temperature is about 65 degrees Fahrenheit or 18.2 degrees Celsius. Its warmest month is June with average temperatures of 86°F (30°C) and its coldest month is January dropping as low as 42.8°F (6°C) with occasional snowfall.