This document shows information on Mexico’s competitive advantages
for international business. It provides the reader with a set of
indicators on economy, infrastructure, trade openness, population,
human capital and natural resources, among others, which features
the country as one of the top destinations for investment
projects, as well as an ideal export platform to other markets.
Atlas of Economic Complexity
The Atlas places Mexico as the best positioned country in Latin
America and the Caribbean, as well as the BRIC countries
Global Benchmark Report 2011
The Global Benchmark Report 2011 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
Competitive Alternatives 2012, KPMG
Mexico is the location with the lowest costs in North and South
America, approximately 21% below the standard marked by the US
costs, according KPMG’s study “Competitive Alternatives 2012.”
This study compares the business costs in 110 cities of 14
countries from America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region.
Doing Business Mexico 2013
Mexico ranks higher than Brazil, China, India and Russia.
Alix Partners 2011 US Manufacturing – Outsourcing Cost
Mexico retained the #1 position
The A.T. Kearney Global Services Location Index, 2011
Mexico is situated in sixth place as best destination for the
location of investment projects in the services industry.
“Mexico´s Evolving Sweet Spot in the Globalization
The Boston Consulting Group.
Investment in Mexico 2012, KPMG
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.