México

WHY INVEST IN MEXICO?

One of the most competitive countries in the world for productive investment.

Macroeconomic and political stability.

Low inflation.

Size and strength of its domestic market.

Economic growth rate and capacity to produce advanced manufacturing (high- tech products).

Most open economy worldwide .

Strategic geographic location.

Competitive costs to service global markets.

Important pool of young and highly skilled human capital.

Reforms that foster the country’s economic outlook.

MEXICO IS THE GATEWAY TO THE WORLD’S MOST IMPORTANT MARKET.

It is part of the largest economic block in the world (NAFTA).

NAFTA Market = almost 18.7 trillion dollars (FMI).

Mexico has a network of free trade agreements which grants preferential access to 45 countries (almost 1.2 billion people).

It is an ideal export platform to reach two thirds of global Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

MEXICO IS AN IMPORTANT ATTRACTION POLE FOR INVESTMENT.

In 2013, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) reached 35 billion dollars, higher than the levels registered in 2012.

Mexico is one of the 7 most attractive countries to invest in, according to the World Investment Report 2013 of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development UNCTAD)

Mexico ranks 9th among the 25 most attractive countries for investors worldwide, according to consulting firm A.T. Kearney’s FDI Confidence Index 2013.

Mexico outdid Japan, Russia, France, Switzerland and Poland, among others, in this Index.

MEXICO IS A COMPETITIVE DESTINATION

Holds vast amounts of productive knowledge. The country manufactures and exports a large number of sophisticated goods.

Ranks in the top 20 of Harvard’s Atlas of Economic Complexity.

The Index of Technological Sophistication (OECD, 2010) for Mexican export products (3.25) is the highest in Latin America, surpassing India (2.61) and Brazil (2.49).

MEXICO HAS A FAVORABLE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

Is one of the best places for doing business in Latin America.

Ranked 48th in the World Bank’s “Doing Business 2013” report.

Investors only need nine days and six procedures to open a business.

Mexico had its best ranking in the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report 2012-2013.

The country climbed five positions, from 58th to 53rd place.

Mexico climbed five positions in the 2013 World Competitiveness Yearbook done by IMD.

It ranks above countries like India, Brazil and Russia.

REFORMS TAKING PLACE THAT WILL BOOST THE ECONOMY

Energy, Telecommunications, Financial, Education, Political, Labor, Others