Global Location Trends 2017 Annual Report
Mexico has become one of the world's top destination countries for FDI, notably as a manufacturing hub for the automotive industry.
Document aimed to be useful for the senior management of corporations interested in doing business in Mexico. It has a user-friendly approach, includes introductions, key points, common questions & answers, as well as applied diagrams. The book covers general legal themes and specific regulated markets.
Investment in Mexico 2015
This guide has been designed to assist those contemplating investing or doing business in Mexico. It is intended to provide general information on a number of subjects important to business activity.
Global Location Trends- 2016 Annual Report
For second year Mexico ranked fourth among the top FDI performers according to the number of estimated new jobs.
- The Shifting Economics of Global Manufacturing
- Mexico was considered as
“Rising global star” in manufacturing by The Boston Consulting Group
(BCG). According to BCG, Mexico is highly competitive when comparing labor
and energy costs and sustained productivity with the main global exporting
of Economic Complexity
- The Atlas places Mexico as the best positioned
country in Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as the BRIC countries.
Benchmark Report 2014
- The Global Benchmark Report 2014 includes 86
international benchmarks and provides a picture of the strengths and
weaknesses of the OECD countries in the global economy. In addition to
this, this year's theme chapter discusses the global battle for raw
materials, which is one of the global challenges facing many European
Alternatives 2016, KPMG
- Mexico is the location with the lowest costs,
approximately 22.5% below the standard marked by the US costs, according
KPMG’s study “Competitive Alternatives 2016.” This study compares the
business costs in more than 100 cities of 10 countries from North America,
Europe and the Asia Pacific region.
- Doing Business México 2017
- Mexico ranks higher than Brazil, China, India