INVEST IN MEXICO


This guide provides useful information for those seeking to invest in Mexico, from the reasons that make the country an excellent destination for foreign direct investment.


Entering a new market requires information and guidance. This information and guidance is aimed at business people who are considering investing in Mexico and those who have already made the decision to do so. It is also a very useful guide for Mexican entrepreneurs who are planning to start a business, since it provides key information that facilitates decision making and allows for the design of strategies that better take advantage of the opportunities presented by the country today.

Mexico is one of the most attractive foreign investment destinations globally. In fact, according to the Business Survey of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), which identifies the most attractive countries to invest in the world in the next three years, the country is the eighth most attractive nation for investment.

Mexico is part of a strategically privileged geographical region at the center of the two most important economic axes of the planet: the Atlantic and the Pacific. It has a set of trade agreements that give it access to 46 countries and 1.2 billion consumers. Through the Pacific Alliance, Mexico is strategically incorporated into the development of the Pacific Basin.

Another advantage of the country is its human capital. Mexico is experiencing one of the best moments of demographic independence in its history, as it has the largest proportion of the population of productive age. It also has the eighth largest number of engineering graduates in the world, with 120,000 graduates each year. Likewise, its internal market exceeds 120 million inhabitants, which places it in the eleventh position at a global level. These and other strengths of the country form an optimal environment for business development.

Mexico has an attractive business environment, legal certainty, one of the largest networks of free trade agreements in the world, widely developed economic sectors, and a highly competitive cost profile. In order to make a reliable business projection, it is important to consider regulatory aspects that have an impact on the activity in which you want to invest.

Those who invest in Mexico have an excellent opportunity to do business thanks to the size and characteristics of the country's domestic market, but they can also take advantage of its competitive commercial infrastructure to take their products made in Mexico to the world and establish international businesses with great advantages.

The government is one of the largest buyers in Mexico, so becoming a supplier to various government agencies and entities can be very attractive to those who decide to locate their operations in Mexico.

This guide provides useful information for those seeking to invest in Mexico, from the reasons that make the country an excellent destination for foreign direct investment (FDI), to how to participate in the domestic market, Mexican foreign trade and government procurement, as well as aspects of the legal framework that should be considered when establishing operations in the country. An overview of the different support, incentives, and financing mechanisms that the Mexican government has made available to investors is included.

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