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Mexico

After recording a 3.9% expansion in real GDP in 2012, Mexico entered a period of slower growth over 2013 (1.1%), with the IMF estimating a pick up in real GDP of 2.4% over the course of 2014, still well above the Latin America regional average of 1.9%.

After recording a 3.9% expansion in real GDP in 2012, Mexico entered a period of slower growth over 2013 (1.1%), with the IMF estimating a pick up in real GDP of 2.4% over the course of 2014, still well above the Latin America regional average of 1.9%.

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Mexico

Publish Date:Sep.2014

200 pages

Growth over 2013 will be somewhat tied to the economic performance of Mexico’s northern neighbor, the US, although a growing list of free trade agreements (FTAs) is opening up new markets to Mexican products.

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Mexico

Publish Date:Jul.2013

192 pages

Mexico’s strong rebound in the wake of the recent crisis and its continued export-led growth have helped to cement the country’s position as a leading global trade hub and one of the largest and most stable economies in the Americas.

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Mexico

Publish Date:May.2012

220 pages

Mexico has emerged as one of largest and most stable economies in the world, with a sustainable growth rate and a top position as a producer of crucial natural resources.

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Latest VIP Interviews from Mexico

Antonio Nacif Kuri

Director General, Grupo Galas-Janel (Mexico)

"We are planning for growth in exports, and an expanded presence in other countries through acquisitions in the US and the EU."

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Francisco N. González Díaz

CEO, ProMéxico (Mexico)

"Mexico is on an excellent path."

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Dr. Mercedes Juan

Secretary of Health, the Government of Mexico (Mexico)

"I have been part of the evolution of generic medications in Mexico."

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Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal

Secretary of Economy, Mexico (Mexico)

"The TPP is the most important and ambitious multilateral trade framework that exists internationally for its coverage of products."

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Media & News from Mexico

NEWS

TBY partners with AmCham

Mexico, February 17, 2014—Leading international business and consultancy firm The Business Year (TBY) has signed a partnership agreement with the American Chamber of Commerce, (AMCHAM) for the preparation of its third edition in Mexico, The Business Ye...

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Excélsior interviews TBY’s Jason J. Nash

MEXICO CITY, 23 August 2012 –Mexico should expand its economic horizons and look beyond the North American market, TBY’s Editorial Director, Jason J. Nash, advised Excélsior. Pointing to new markets such as Africa and the Asia Pacific, Nash sees many b...

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NEWS

Mexico 2012 launched in Mexico City

MEXICO CITY, August 22, 2012 Leading international business and consultancy company The Business Year (TBY) launched its Mexico 2012 publication at a breakfast conference in the InterContinental Hotel in Mexico City on Wednesday August 22. The launch o...

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TBY offers insights into infrastructure investment

MEXICO CITY, 4 May 2012 — Mexico's Excelsior newspaper publishes article on infrastructure investment, citing TBY research into the sector. According to TBY, infrastructure investments represent almost 5% of national G...

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