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(ˌɪər əˈpwɑ toʊ)

a city in Guanajuato state, in central Mexico. 265,042.
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Webasto, one of the Top 100 automotive suppliers worldwide, is opening its new plant in Irapuato, Mexico, on August 20.
IRAPUATO, Mexico -- Officials with the central Mexico city of Queretaro said on Twitter Sunday that 6,531 migrants heading to the U.S.
9 carretera irapuato-Silao; irapuato, gto., 36500, Mexico.
Guimaraes has also coached several international teams, such as Comunicaciones of Guatemala, Irapuato and Dorados de Sinaloa in Mexico & tasted success with teams like Al Wasl in UAE and Tiajin Teda in China.
Eight chapters are: public services after democratization and decentralization; accounting for reform in the Mexican urban water sector; water and particularistic politics in urban Mexico: a historical overview; reform adoption in Le<AEo>n and Irapuato: policy insulation through broad elite incorporation; reform adoption in Naucalpan and Celaya: policy insulation through narrow elite incorporation; reform failure in Toluca and Xalapa: ad hoc solutions and gradual services decay; reform failure in Neza and Veracruz: repurposed clientelism and acute services decay; politics, time horizons, and the global water crisis.
(1) Posgrado en Biociencias, Division de Ciencias de la Vida, Universidad de Guanajuato, Campus Irapuato-Salamanca, 36500 Irapuato, GTO, Mexico