US-Mexico Economic Relations

US-Mexico Economic Relation

Mexico Simplifies Export Procedures in the Health Sector

Mexico Simplifies Export Procedures in the Health Sector

Government procedures and services available to foreign investors and businesses will now become more accessible and simpler according with Mexico’s most recent trade developments. The Six Comprehensive Strategies outlined on May 30, 2014, by President Peña Nieto included a new “single window” for the health sector in order to promote exports by eliminating up to 80% of the regulatory burden on exporters.

Mexico Advances on Intellectual Property Protection

Mexico is advancing on the approval and implementation of an ambitious reform agenda, making countries around the world look at Mexico for inspiration to modernize their economies. Mexico´s forward-looking approach to intellectual property protection and, in particular, the leadership shown on the use of legal software in Mexico, are all examples of what is being accomplished. Read more

October 2014 – Opening the Gates of the Middle East

Put North America First

North America is home to almost five hundred million people living in three vibrant democracies. If the three North American countries deepen their integration and cooperation, they have the potential to again shape world affairs for generations to come, a new Council on Foreign Relations- sponsored report “North America: Time for a New Focus” concluded. The Independent Task Force report asserts that elevating and prioritizing the U.S.-Canada-Mexico relationship offers the best opportunity for strengthening the United States and its place in the world. Read more

Washington and Mexico Trade Relationship

Washington and Mexico Trade Relationship

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An Economic Snapshot of Mexico

An Economic Snapshot of Mexico

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U.S. Exports to Mexico by State 2014 1H

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August 2014 – New Federal Competition Law Adopted in Mexico to Improve Competiveness

New Federal Competition Law Adopted in Mexico to Improve Competiveness

One of the key goals of President Enrique Peña Nieto is to increase the competitiveness of the Mexican economy and thus to generate high economic growth and more and better jobs. An important mechanism to achieve these goals is a modern and effective economic competition legal framework. With this in mind the Mexican Congress approved on April 29, 2014, the new Federal Law of Economic Competition replacing the preceding law on the subject that dates back to 1992. This new law came into force on July 7, 2014.

The Expansion of Industrial Parks Supports Mexico’s Growth

By opening markets, Mexico has consolidated its position as a strategic manufacturing center and a global trade hub in the last two decades. Nowadays Mexico is increasingly demanding high quality industrial real estate across the country to place new export capacity. Read more

New Jersey – Mexico Trade Relationship

New Jersey - Mexico Trade Relationship

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California – Mexico Trade Relationship

California - Mexico Trade Relationship

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Competitive sectors in Mexico


Competitive sectors in Mexico

Competitive sectors in Mexico


Ten Reasons to Invest in Mexico

Ten Reasons to Invest in Mexico

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June 2014 – Mexico’s Comprehensive Financial Reform: For Inclusive Development

Mexico’s Comprehensive Financial Reform: For Inclusive Development

On January 10, 2014, Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto implemented a significant multi-layered financial reform, amending a number of federal laws with the aim of boosting Mexico’s economic growth by increasing the availability and quality of financing in the country while strengthening the banking system’s institutional framework.

Mexico’s Livestock: Rising as a Global Producer

Mexico has become a globally competitive livestock producer, having all the essential elements needed to respond to the increasing worldwide demand for high quality products, and to attract investments along its supply chain.

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May 2014 – Energy Reform: Powering Mexico’s Economy

Energy Reform: Powering Mexico’s Economy

On December 20, 2013, President Peña Nieto signed into law a landmark energy bill approved by the Mexican Congress. The Energy Reform amended articles 25, 27 and 28 of the Mexican Constitution with the aim to transform the country’s energy sector by opening up oil, gas, and electric energy generation to private investment and setting the general framework to provide the legal certainty required to power Mexico’s economy. On April 30, 2014, President Peña Nieto introduced to Mexico’s Congress nine new bills, as well as amendments to several existing laws, to implement the constitutional energy reform.

Mexico’s Automotive Industry: an Engine for Growth

Since the implementation of NAFTA, the automotive industry in the North American region has significantly grown and is now highly integrated, transforming its structure into an increasingly export oriented regional sector. The three NAFTA partners together exported over $134 billion in vehicles in 2013, an increase of 106% with respect to 2001. Read more