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A COMPETITIVE Mexico
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  • 1. 2
  • 2. = 3
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  • 6. 7 = + +
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  • 9. 10 2x
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  • 13. 14 Source: ProMéxico with information of Goldman Sachs. The N-11: More Than an Acronym. Document of world economy No: 153. March 2007/ HSBC/ ACCENTURE.1/ Goldman Sachs Forecast/ International Monetary Fund.
  • 14. 15 Source: ProMéxico with information of INEGI / Bank of Mexico. Figures to 2Q of 2014.
  • 15. 16 Source: ProMéxico with information of INEGI, 2014.
  • 16. Source: ProMéxico with information from INEGI. 17
  • 17. 18 Thousand USD Thousand USD Source: ProMéxico with information of GTA/ Bank of Mexico/ Ministry of Commerce and Industry of Brazil / Russia’s Central Bank/ BEA/ Stratcan.
  • 18. Source: ProMéxico with information from INEGI. 19
  • 19. Source: ProMéxico with information of INEGI. 20
  • 20. 21 Source: ProMéxico with information of INEGI Banco de México/ Stratcan/ BEA.
  • 21. 22 Source: ProMéxico with information of GTA.
  • 22. 23 Source: ProMéxico with information of Automotive Associations of selected countries.
  • 23. 24
  • 24. 25 Source: ProMéxico with information of Global Trade Atlas 2013. * Share based on the total exports in percentage.
  • 25. 26 Source: ProMéxico,with information of the Ministry of Economy. UNCTAD *Q2. 2014 figures.
  • 26. 27 Source: ProMéxico with information of the Ministry of Economy.
  • 27. 28 Source: ProMéxico with information of the Ministry of Economy.
  • 28. 29 Source: ProMéxico with information of UNCTAD.
  • 29. 30 Source: ProMéxico with information of Fitch Ratings, Standar & Poor’s Rating Services, and Moody’s Investor Service.
  • 30. 31
  • 31. 32 Source: ProMéxico with information of Brazil: OAS; China: Chinese Ministry of Commerce; Colombia: Colombian Ministry of Commerce; United States: Office of the US Trade Representative; Chile: Direcon; Mexico: Ministry of Economy.
  • 32. 33 Source: ProMéxico with information of Sea Rates
  • 33. +/- 2 hours 34
  • 34. 35 • • • • • • Source: ProMéxico, with information of CIA Factbook and SCT. SLP Lázaro Cárdenas Manzanillo Altamira Tampico Veracruz Monterrey Guanajuato Guadalajara
  • 35. 36
  • 36. 37 + + Represents more than 1/4 of the world’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Trade between NAFTA partners accounts for more than 100 million dollars per hour. It produces goods and services worth 19 trillion dollars per year. Nearly 474 million people (7 out of 100 inhabitants in the world) trade freely in the region. NAFTA is the largest free trade region in the world.
  • 37. 38 • • • • • Source: ProMéxico with information of SCT/ US Department of Transportation.
  • 38. 39 2x 5x
  • 39. 40
  • 40. 41
  • 41. 42 *Includes Africa, Oceania, other European countries and The Antilles. Source: ProMéxico, with information of the Bank of Mexico.
  • 42. 43
  • 43. 44 Source: ProMéxico with information of INEGI.
  • 44. 45 Source: ProMéxico with information of United Nations, Haver Analytics.
  • 45. 46 Source: ProMéxico with information of UN Population Division (2011) and the Economist Intelligence Unit in a KKR Report.
  • 46. 47 Source: ProMéxico with information of Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística, Departamento Administrativo Nacional de Estadísticas, Instituto Nacional de Estadística Geografía e Informática, Central Statistical Organization, India, Badan Pusat Statistik, China National Bureau of Statistics, Haver Analytics.
  • 47. 48 Source: ProMéxico, with information from INEGI and IMF.
  • 48. 49
  • 49. 50 Source: ProMéxico with information of UNESCO.
  • 50. 51 Source: ProMéxico with information of UNESCO.
  • 51. 52 Source: ProMéxico with information of UNESCO, Creative Economy Report, 2013.
  • 52. • ´ Source: ProMéxico with information of Carnegie Mellon University, 2010. 53
  • 53. 54 Source: ProMéxico with information of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Statistics.
  • 54. 55
  • 55. 56
  • 56. 57 Source: ProMéxico with information of Competitive Alternatives 2014, KPMG; Global Benchmark Report 2011 of the Confederation of Danish Industries; Manufacturing Outsourcing Cost Index 2011 and Alix Partners.
  • 57. 58 Source: ProMéxico with information of BCG Perspectives.
  • 58. 59 Source: ProMéxico with information of Doing Business, 2014.
  • 59. 60 Source: ProMéxico with information of the OECD, 2014
  • 60. 61 • • • Source: ProMéxico, with information of INEGI/ Presidency/ Harvard and MIT, Atlas of Economic Complexity/ OECD.
  • 61. Source: ProMéxico with information of OECD and WEF. 62
  • 62. 63 Source: ProMéxico with information of IHS – Global Insight. / * Only G20 nations.
  • 63. 64 • • • • Source: ProMéxico with information of FEMIA, GTA, AMIA y OICA.
  • 64. 65 Source: ProMéxico with information of FEMIA, GTA, AMIA and OICA.
  • 65. 66 Source: ProMéxico.
  • 66. 67 Source: ProMéxico with information of INEGI, 2012.
  • 67. 68 Source: ProMéxico.
  • 68. 69 Source: ProMéxico.
  • 69. 70
  • 70. 71 Source: ProMéxico, with information of A.T. Kearney and UNCTAD.
  • 71. Source: ProMéxico with information of FDI Intelligence, from the Financial Times. 72
  • 72. 73 Source: ProMéxico with information of INEGI. *From the production value.
  • 73. +3.3% -0.1% +0.8% 74 Source: ProMéxico with information of the Conference Board Total Economy Database 2013; McKinsey Global Institute analysis.
  • 74. 75 Source: ProMéxico with information of CIDAC.
  • 75. 76 Source: ProMéxico with information of McKinsey.
  • 76. 77 Source: ProMéxico with information of the Ministry of Economy.
  • 77. 78 Source: ProMéxico with information of OECD, 2011.
  • 78. Source: ProMéxico with information of http://reformas.gob.mx 79
  • 79. 80 Source: ProMéxico with information of SHCP.
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  • 81. 82 • • • • • - • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • - -
  • 82. 83 Source: ProMéxico with information of KPMG, US Census Bureau, Mexican Ministry of Economy and Bombardier.
  • 83. 84 Source: ProMéxico with information of the General Department of Foreign Trade, Mexican Ministry of Economy. * The estimated amount is obtained from the assumption that Mexico could increase the imports controlled by Wassenaar for their implementation in final goods and be exported to the U.S., in the same ratio as the rest of the trade with this country, i.e., 16.5% in 2011.
  • 84. 85 • • • • • • • • • • • • Source: ProMéxico with information of Global Trade Atlas and KPMG. 9%
  • 85. 86 Source: ProMéxico with information of the GTA.
  • 86. 87 Source: ProMéxico with information of the GTA.
  • 87. 88 Source: ProMéxico with information of the GTA.
  • 88. 89 • • • • • 8th 4th Source: ProMéxico with information of OICA, Global Trade Atlas, AMIA, Ward’s Automotive Reports, AASA, 2011.
  • 89. Source: ProMéxico. 90
  • 90. 91 Source: ProMéxico with information of AMIA, 2014.
  • 91. 92 Source: ProMéxico with information of Mexico´s Secretary of Economy.
  • 92. 93 Source: ProMéxico with information of Global Trade Atlas, KPMG and Manufacturer Market Insider.
  • 93. 94 Source: ProMéxico with information of Global Trade Atlas and KPMG.
  • 94. 95 Source: ProMéxico with information of PEMEX and EPIA.
  • 95. 96 Source: ProMéxico with information of CEPAL/ PWC, Global Entertainment and Media Outlook/ UNCTAD, Creative Economy Report 2010.
  • 96. 97 Source: ProMexico with information of PWC. Σ=27,068
  • 97. 98
  • 98. 99 Source: ProMéxico with information of KPMG, Competitive Alternatives, 2014.
  • 99. 100
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  • 101. 102
  • 102. 103 Source: ProMéxico with information of Ministry of Economy, 2013.
  • 103. 104 Source: ProMéxico, with information of The Silver Institute, Mexican Mining Chamber (CAMIMEX), Global Trade Atlas, Metals Economics Group, INEGI, Mineral Commodity Summaries, Behre Dolbear and U.S. Geological Survey, 2013.
  • 104. 105
  • 105. 106 Source: ProMéxico with information of the World Travel and Tourism Council,
  • 106. 107 Source: ProMéxico with information of SECTUR, 2013.
  • 107. 108 Source: ProMéxico with information of BANXICO, 2013.
  • 108. 109 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 México Canadá Países Bajos Australia Reino Unido Francia Italia Alemania Japón EU Source: ProMéxico with information of KPMG, Competitive Alternatives, 2014.
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  • 127. 128 Source: ProMéxico, with information of GTA and Banxico.
  • 128. 129 Mexico Denmark China Sweden The Netherlands Korea Singapore Source: ProMéxico with information of USITC/ OECD.
  • 129. 130 Source: ProMéxico with information provided by the major OEMs and Tier 1 in the country.
  • 130. 131 Source: ProMéxico with information provided by the major OEMs and Tier 1 in the country.
  • 131. 132 Source: ProMéxico, with information of the Ministry of Energy.
  • 132. 133 Source: ProMéxico with information provided by the major OEMs and Tier 1 in the country.
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  • 137. 2010 2011 2012 138 2013 2014
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  • 142. 143 Source: ProMéxico.
  • 143. 144
  • 144. 145
  • 145. NAFTA 90 Opportunities Sectors: IT, agrifoods, construction, textiles, metal-mechanic, among others. LATAM 114 Opportunities Sectors: Agrifood, services, pharmaceutical, electric-electronic, textiles, construction, among others. Europe, Middle East and Africa 49 Opportunities Sectors: Agrifood, chemical, automotive and auto parts, jewelry, among others. ASIA 34 Opportunities Sectors: Agrifood, electric-electronic, IT, logistics and infrastructure, among others. Total 287 opportunities 146 Source: ProMéxico.
  • 146. Fuente: ProMéxico. 147
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  • 158. Each official/company/institution will be responsible for sharing the content of this presentation. Last update of this presentation: August 29, 2014. For any comments or suggestions about this presentation, please contact whymexico@promexico.gob.mx To download the newest version of this presentation, go to: https://colabora.promexico.gob.mx/ca/GestionMensaje/default.aspx?RootFolder=%2fca%2fGestionMensa je%2fDocumentos%20compartidos%2f01%20Presentaci%c3%b3n%20Why%20Mexico&FolderCTID=&Vi ew=%7bEAFCCDEB%2d5074%2d4AA1%2dAD82%2dAAE0CB1B149F%7d 159

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