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Postal codes in Mexico

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Postal codes in Mexico

Postal codes in Mexico are issued by SEPOMEX (Servicio Postal Mexicano) (Mexican Postal Service). They are of five digits and modelled on the US zip code system. The first 2 digits identify a state (or part thereof); and assignments are done alphabetically by state name, except for codes in the 0xxxx-1xxxx range which identify the delegaciones (boroughs) of Mexico City.

00-16 Distrito Federal 20 Aguascalientes 21-22 Baja California 23 Baja California Sur
24 Campeche 29-30 Chiapas 31-33 Chihuahua 25-27 Coahuila
28 Colima 34-35 Durango 36-38 Guanajuato 39-41 Guerrero
42-43 Hidalgo 44-49 Jalisco 50-57 México 58-61 Michoacán
62 Morelos 63 Nayarit 64-67 Nuevo León 68-71 Oaxaca
72-75 Puebla 76 Querétaro 77 Quintana Roo 78-79 San Luis Potosí
80-82 Sinaloa 83-85 Sonora 86 Tabasco 87-89 Tamaulipas
90 Tlaxcala 91-96 Veracruz 97 Yucatán 98-99 Zacatecas

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