Gateway to America (Continent)

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  • 1. Gateway toAmerica
  • 2. Mexico
    From macro to micro
  • 3. Industrial redistribution
    US Imports
    Market Share
    Source: USDOC
  • 4. Annual Growth*
    */ Over the same moth last year
    Source: INEGI
    Mexico’s Export Performance
  • 5. US Non-petrol Imports
    Source: USDOC
    Exports as a Growth Driver
    Market share
    (January-August 2010)
  • 6. Trade and legal frameworks
    FTA Japan
    The Mexican economy has a GDP of almost 1 trillion dollars, with a population of 112 million. The country’s GDP is expected to reach 1.4 trillion dollars in 2015 (IMF).
    FTA EU
    NAFTA
    NAFTA
    FTA
    Honduras
    El Salvador &
    Guatemala
    FTA
    Colombia
    FTA
    Nicaragua
    FTA
    Costa Rica
    FTA Bolivia
    MERCOSUR:
    - Brazil
    - Argentina
    - Uruguay
    - Paraguay
    FTA Israel
    FTA Chile
    • The world´s largest free trade agreements network (12 FTAs).
    • 7. Preferential Tariff Access to 44 countries.
    • 8. Automotive business opportunities in three continents (America, Europe, Asia).
    • 9. Competitive advantages in: High qualified labor force, logistics, low country risk, economic stability, business environment.
  • Country risk
    Source: The Economist Intelligence Unit; latest data available
  • 10. Banking sector
    Sources: Countries' Central Banks and National Statistics Offices, JP Morgan and Global Competitiveness Report 2009
  • 11. Manufacturing cost comparison
    Manufacturing costs: Mexico has a business cost advantage of 18.2% average (of 17 industries) relative to the US (Source: Alix Partners 2009).
    Source: United States Department of Labor (International Labor Comparisons, 2007) and International Labour Organization (salary history in dollars).
    Note: Estimates for labor costs per hour for 2008 use 2008 growth rate for labor unit cost (source Global Insight) and the exchange rate at year end.
  • 12. Ease of doing business
    Among Latin American Countries, Mexico has the highest ease of doing business (World Bank, Doing Business 2011).
    Source: Doing Business 2011 – World Bank Group
  • 13. Mexico is a source of talent that is very attractive for businesses in various sectors. Every year, close to 90,000 students graduate from engineering and technology programs (Source: ANUIES).
    Source: National Population Council.
  • 14. Geopolitical position … access to > 60% of World GDP
    Macroeconomic stability
    Open economy
    Healthy banking sector
    Competitive workforce
    Business friendly
    Young and prepared people
    “Gateway to America”
    Mexico situation
  • 15. Is this real?
    Some examples…
  • 16. Perception is reality…
  • 17. Proof: what Volkswagen is doing
    Source: Volkswagen de México
  • 18. Natural hedging
    Buy and manufacture
    in the “dollar-zone”
    to sell
    in the “dollar-zone”
    Natural
    Hedging
  • 19. About ProMéxico
    A snapshot
  • 20. Soft Landing
    Ombudsman
    One stop shop
    Investor-Aftercare
    Advise and information
    What is ProMéxico?
  • 21. ProMéxico coordinates
    Public and private sectors
    What is ProMéxico?
  • 22. Mexico’s investment map
    http://mim.promexico.gob.mx/
  • 23. Vielen Dank!!!
    Erwin Feldhaus
    erwin.feldhaus@promexico.gob.mx