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1412119
6
1513
7
108
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Demography Size of the
economy
Macroeconomic
strenghts
Healthy
public
finances
Productivity...
3
MEXICO IS THE ELEVENTH MOST POPULATED COUNTRY
Equal to the population of
Mexico has a
122.7
million
population.
Spain, C...
MEXICO WILL BECOME THE 8TH LARGEST ECONOMY BY 2050
(Billion dollars)
15ª.
economia
RK Country 2016
1 United States 18,562
...
11TH COUNTRY WITH LARGEST INTERNATIONAL RESERVES
(Total reserves, billion dollars, 2016)
Source: ProMéxico with informatio...
AMONG THE DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES WITH THE SMALLEST PUBLIC DEBT
(Percentage of GDP, 2016)
Fuente: ProMéxico wit...
AMONG THE OECD COUNTRIES WITH
HIGHEST PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH
OECD high 1/3 OECD low 1/3 Mexico
Total factor productivity
Cont...
INCREASING TAX COLLECTION CAPACITY
(Percentage of GDP, 2016)
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 20152006 2011 2012 20...
LOWEST UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN 10 YEARS
(Percentage of economically active population)
Source: ProMéxico with information of ...
THIRD OECD COUNTRY WITH THE LOWEST INCOME TAX
(Avergage rate, 2015)
Source: ProMéxico with information of INEGI.
0
10
20
3...
11
EXPORT PLATFROM
Through its network of free trade agreements, Mexico has privileged access to 46 countries
(more than 1...
AMONG THE MAIN EXPORTING COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD
(Billion dollars, 2016)
Source: ProMéxico with information of CIA World Fa...
MEXICO: LEADING EXPORTER IN LATIN AMERICA
Fuente:
Latin America
Advanced
manufacturing
Mexico
67%
33%
Source: ProMéxico wi...
Exports of medium and high technology manufactures
as percentage of GDP (2016)
Mexico
Germany
South Korea
France
Japan
1
2...
MÉXICO: A TOP INVESTMENT DESTINATION
Source: ProMéxico, with information of A.T. Kearney & UNCTAD.
USA
Hong Kong
France
Sw...
A TOP TOURIST DESTINATION
(Millions of visitors, 2015)
Source: ProMéxico with information of World Tourism Organization.
F...
13 REFORMS INTO ACTION
Energy Telecom
Competence Financial
TaxPoliticalEducation Labor
National Code of
Criminal Procedure...
MEXICO: 14TH LARGEST COUNTRY
EQUALS THE
TERRITORY OF THE FOUR LARGEST
COUNTRIES IN EUROPE
Germany
Sweden
France
Spain
=
So...
Tijuana
Magallanes
Source: ProMéxico with information of CIA World-Factbook
9,330 km
19
14TH COUNTRY WITH THE LONGEST COAS...
1,864 MILE BORDER WITH THE UNITED STATES
USA
Madrid
Saint
Petersburg
20
EQUAL TO THE DISTANCE BETWEEN
+1,864 MILES FROM END TO END
Barcelona
SAME DISTANCE AS BETWEEN
Moscow
Tijuana
Mérida
21
A WELL CONNECTED COUNTRY
Montreal –
Vancouver
4h 40m
22
4,500 km
Route Time Distance
Montreal –
Mexico
City
5h 4,600 km
Ne...
SOLID MACROECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT
Evolution of exports and international reserves in Mexico
(1995-2016)
Oil
Primary
Reserves...
EXPORTS PER CAPITA
Canada
US
Mexico
Russia
Brazil
China
India
1993 2015
5,185
1,808
564
299
254
78
24
11,350
4,673
3,147
2...
MEXICAN EXPORTS BY STATE
(2015)
More than 18
Between 1.3 and 17
Between 0 and 1.29
Amount exported
(billion USD)
Source: P...
MEXICO IS A COUNTRY OF SERVICES
Gross Domestic Product 2016 (market prices)
Tertiary sector
59.5%
Secondary sector
30.6%
O...
TOTAL TRADE AS PART OF GDP
EU
Mexico
USA
Canada
21%
54%
69%
Source: ProMéxico with information of WTO and IMF’s WEO, April...
No considera exportaciones petroleras.
Source : ProMéxico with information of INEGI, 2016.
12 MAIN MEXICAN EXPORTS
(2016)
...
TOP MEXICAN EXPORT DESTINATIONS
29
USA
Canada
China
Germany
Japan
Spain
United Kingdom
Colombia
Brazil
Korea
302,654
10,42...
FDI FLOWS TO MEXICO
(1999-2017)
MDD
23,341*
1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 201...
RECORD FDI FLOWS
(billion dollars)
31
31,841
76,618
162,796
174,079
135,000
200,000
Source: ProMéxico with information of ...
MAJOR INVESTORS IN MEXICO
FDI in Mexico by country of origin 1999 – 2016 (million dollars)
United States
213,534v
Spain
57...
AGGREGATED FDI BY SECTOR
(1999 - 2016)
Manufacturing industries
48%
Services
15%
Commerce
7%
Mining
6%
Media and
telecom
5...
EASY ACCESS TO MAIN PORTS AROUND THE WORLD
34Source: ProMéxico with information of Sea Rates & SCT.
Mexico to: . Germany B...
STRATEGIC GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION
Comparing shipping routes
Mexico-New York
Hamburg-Shanghai
Mexico-Hamburg
Shanghai-New York
...
STRATEGIC LOCATION AND TIME ZONE
+/- 2 hours
North America
- Geographic proximity
- Similar time zone
Latin America
- Cult...
Source: ProMéxico,with information of CIA Factbook & SCT.
Lázaro
Cárdenas
Manzanillo
Veracruz
Tampico
Altamira
Guanajuato
...
38
WORKING AGE POPULATION BY COUNTRY
India
Mexico
United Kingdom
Brazil
United States
Spain
China
Japan
23%
21%
8%
-11%
-1...
Source: ProMéxico with information of World Bank, 2016.
MEXICO PRIVATE CONSUMPTION OUTPACES ITS PEERS
2015 private consump...
Source: ProMéxico with information of UNESCO.
Brasil MéxicoEspaña Reino
Unido
Estados
Unidos
Francia Italia
COMPARISON OF ...
41
2ND COUNTRY WITH THE LARGEST PERCENTAGE OF
EMPLOYMENT IN CREATIVE INDUSTRIES
Source: ProMéxico with information of UNES...
Source: ProMéxico with information of World Intellectual Property
Organization (WIPO) Statistics.
PATENTS GRANTED
(2015)
C...
in MIT and Harvard’s Atlas
of Economic Complexity
Source: ProMéxico with information of INEGI,
Presidencia de la República...
MEXICO’S GLOBAL MANUFACTURING LEADERSHIP
AUTOMOTIVE AND
AUTO PARTS
• 7TH producer and 4th exporter of
new vehicles.
AEROSP...
Nissan R&D Center
Skyworks
Mabe
Intel Design Center
Silanes
Honeywell
(A350)
Flexible Manufacturing
(Ford)
Bombardier
Lear...
ORIGIN OF TOURISTS IN MEXICO
Source: ProMéxico with information of SECTUR (2015).
USA
60%
Canad
a11%
Colombi
a
2%
Brazil
2...
WHAT IS PROMÉXICO?
Entity of the Mexican government looking for…
Foreign Direct Investment
Internationalization
Exports
47
OUR NATIONAL NETWORK
Representation
offices in Mexico
30
48
Tijuana Hermosillo Torreón
Culiacán
Durango
Guadalajara
Zacate...
OUR GLOBAL NETWORK
49 representation offices in 31 different countries
Europe & Africa:
Berlin
Bern
Brussels
Casablanca
Is...
gob.mx/promexico
promexico@promexico.gob.mx
@ProMexicoOficial
@ProMexico
+52 (55) 54 47 7000
Camino a Santa Teresa 1679,
C...
La difusión del material contenido en esta presentación será
responsabilidad de cada funcionario/ empresa/ institución.
Úl...
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  1. 1. 1 2 3 5 1412119 6 1513 7 108 4 Demography Size of the economy Macroeconomic strenghts Healthy public finances Productivity Tax collection capacity Ocupation Tax burden An open economy Exporting powerhouse Manufacturing powerhouse Exporter of high and medium technology manufactures Attractive FDI destination Top tourist destination A country in constant modernization 15 STRENGHTS ABOUT MEXICO Source: (1) PwC; (2) World Bank; (3) CIA World Factbook; (4) OECD; (5) SAT; (6) INEGI; (7) OECD; (8) CIA World Factbook; (9) IHS Connect; (10) UNCTAD & PwC; (11) UNWTO.
  2. 2. 3 MEXICO IS THE ELEVENTH MOST POPULATED COUNTRY Equal to the population of Mexico has a 122.7 million population. Spain, Canada and Peru Source: ProMéxico with information from ENOE IV 2016 from INEGI & FMI. 1
  3. 3. MEXICO WILL BECOME THE 8TH LARGEST ECONOMY BY 2050 (Billion dollars) 15ª. economia RK Country 2016 1 United States 18,562 2 China 11,392 3 Japan 4,730 4 Germany 3,495 5 United Kingdom 2,650 6 France 2,488 7 India 2,251 8 Italy 1,852 9 Brazil 1,770 10 Canada 1,532 15 Mexico 1,064 RK Country 2050 1 China 49,853 2 United States 34,102 3 India 28,021 4 Indonesia 7,275 5 Japan 6,779 6 Brazil 6,532 7 Germany 6,138 8 Mexico 5,563 9 United Kingdom 5,369 10 Russia 5,127 Source: ProMéxico with information from PwC. 4 2
  4. 4. 11TH COUNTRY WITH LARGEST INTERNATIONAL RESERVES (Total reserves, billion dollars, 2016) Source: ProMéxico with information of CIA World Factbook. 0 500 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 3,500 China Japan Switzerland Saudi Arabia Korea Russia India Brazil Singapore Thailand Mexico Germany France Iran Italy UK Estados Unidos Algeria Turkey Indonesia 3,092 1,233 602 553 372 365 359 352 249 181 176 173 138 135 130 129 117 115 115 106 3
  5. 5. AMONG THE DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES WITH THE SMALLEST PUBLIC DEBT (Percentage of GDP, 2016) Fuente: ProMéxico with information from CIA World Factbook. Japan Italy Singapore Spain Canada France UK Brazil USA Germany Israel India Mexico Australia Switzerland 1 234.7% 4 132.3% 9 110.5% 16 98.8% 15 99.6% 20 92.2% 17 96.5% 39 73.8% 37 75.4% 57 63.2% 47 69% 92 49.7% 83 52.3% 132 34.1% 98 46.1% 4
  6. 6. AMONG THE OECD COUNTRIES WITH HIGHEST PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH OECD high 1/3 OECD low 1/3 Mexico Total factor productivity Contribution to per capita GDP growth Source: ProMéxico with information from OECD. 5
  7. 7. INCREASING TAX COLLECTION CAPACITY (Percentage of GDP, 2016) 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 20152006 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 37 38.4 41.7 46.3 56.8 51.7 8.4 8.8 8.1 9.3 9.5 8.9 8.4 9.7 10.5 13 Source: ProMéxico with information of SAT. Tax collection as percentage of GDP(%) Taxpayer number growth 6
  8. 8. LOWEST UNEMPLOYMENT RATE IN 10 YEARS (Percentage of economically active population) Source: ProMéxico with information of INEGI. 7
  9. 9. THIRD OECD COUNTRY WITH THE LOWEST INCOME TAX (Avergage rate, 2015) Source: ProMéxico with information of INEGI. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Belgium Australia Germany Hungary France Italy Finland Czech Republic Sweden Slovenia Portugal Slovakia Spain Greece Estonia Lux. Turkey Norway Denmark Netherlands OECD Poland Iceland Japan USA Canada UK Australia Ireland Switzerland Korea Israel Mexico New Zealand Chile 8
  10. 10. 11 EXPORT PLATFROM Through its network of free trade agreements, Mexico has privileged access to 46 countries (more than 1,200 million people). 6 economic complementation agreements FTAs with 46 countries 9 Source: ProMéxico with information of OEA; Chinese Ministry of Commerce; Colombian Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Toursim; US Trade Representative; Direcon and Mexican Ministry of Economy.
  11. 11. AMONG THE MAIN EXPORTING COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD (Billion dollars, 2016) Source: ProMéxico with information of CIA World Factbook y the Mexican Ministry of Economy. China USA Germany Japan Korea 2,011 1,471 1,283 641.4 509 France 505.4 Netherlands 460.1 Italy 436.3 UK 412.1 Canada 402.4 Mexico 373.9 Singapore 353.3 UAE 316 Switzerland 301.1 India 271.6 10
  12. 12. MEXICO: LEADING EXPORTER IN LATIN AMERICA Fuente: Latin America Advanced manufacturing Mexico 67% 33% Source: ProMéxico with information of WTO, 2016. 11
  13. 13. Exports of medium and high technology manufactures as percentage of GDP (2016) Mexico Germany South Korea France Japan 1 2 3 4 5 27% 25% 25% 13% 9% A SOPHISTICATED ECONOMY Fuente: ProMéxico with information of IHS –Connect, considering only G20 counties. 14 12
  14. 14. MÉXICO: A TOP INVESTMENT DESTINATION Source: ProMéxico, with information of A.T. Kearney & UNCTAD. USA Hong Kong France Switzerland Irland Netherlands Germany Canada China Brazil Australia Singapur India United Kingdom Bélgium Mexico Luxembourg Most attractive destinations for FDI in 2017 PwC CEO Survey Main investment destinations in 2015 UNCTAD USA Japan India China Australia United Kingdom Mexico France Germany Brazil 8º 15 15º 13
  15. 15. A TOP TOURIST DESTINATION (Millions of visitors, 2015) Source: ProMéxico with information of World Tourism Organization. France USA Spain China Italy Turkey Germany UK Mexico Russia 14
  16. 16. 13 REFORMS INTO ACTION Energy Telecom Competence Financial TaxPoliticalEducation Labor National Code of Criminal Procedures Citizen protection Transparency Financial discipline in local governments Corruption 17Source: ProMéxico with information of http://reformas.gob.mx 15
  17. 17. MEXICO: 14TH LARGEST COUNTRY EQUALS THE TERRITORY OF THE FOUR LARGEST COUNTRIES IN EUROPE Germany Sweden France Spain = Source: ProMéxico with information of CIA World-Factbook 18 0.45 m. km2 0.64 m. km2 0.51 m. km2 0.36 m. km2 1.96 M. SQUARE KILOMETERS
  18. 18. Tijuana Magallanes Source: ProMéxico with information of CIA World-Factbook 9,330 km 19 14TH COUNTRY WITH THE LONGEST COASTLINE EQUAL TO THE DISTANCE BETWEEN
  19. 19. 1,864 MILE BORDER WITH THE UNITED STATES USA Madrid Saint Petersburg 20 EQUAL TO THE DISTANCE BETWEEN
  20. 20. +1,864 MILES FROM END TO END Barcelona SAME DISTANCE AS BETWEEN Moscow Tijuana Mérida 21
  21. 21. A WELL CONNECTED COUNTRY Montreal – Vancouver 4h 40m 22 4,500 km Route Time Distance Montreal – Mexico City 5h 4,600 km New York - San Francisco 6h 15m 4,700 km New York – Mexico City 5h 4,200 km San Francisco – Mexico City 4h 3,700 km
  22. 22. SOLID MACROECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT Evolution of exports and international reserves in Mexico (1995-2016) Oil Primary Reserves Manufacturing Billion USD Manufacturing: 90% billion USD 374 Exports 2016 billion USD177 Reservas 2015 More than 50% growth over past 6 years Source: ProMéxico with information of INEGI & Banxico. 23
  23. 23. EXPORTS PER CAPITA Canada US Mexico Russia Brazil China India 1993 2015 5,185 1,808 564 299 254 78 24 11,350 4,673 3,147 2,402 937 1,661 2,063 1993 – 2015 (selected economies) Thousand USD Thousand USD Source: ProMéxico with information of WTO & IMF.
  24. 24. MEXICAN EXPORTS BY STATE (2015) More than 18 Between 1.3 and 17 Between 0 and 1.29 Amount exported (billion USD) Source: ProMéxico with information of INEGI. Does not include services. Data displays exports from the mining and manufactures sectors only
  25. 25. MEXICO IS A COUNTRY OF SERVICES Gross Domestic Product 2016 (market prices) Tertiary sector 59.5% Secondary sector 30.6% Others (net taxes) 6.3% Primary sector 3.6% Source: ProMéxico with information of INEGI.
  26. 26. TOTAL TRADE AS PART OF GDP EU Mexico USA Canada 21% 54% 69% Source: ProMéxico with information of WTO and IMF’s WEO, April 2016. 27
  27. 27. No considera exportaciones petroleras. Source : ProMéxico with information of INEGI, 2016. 12 MAIN MEXICAN EXPORTS (2016) 8.4% Light vehicles 7.0% Auto parts and accesories 6.3% Trucks 4.9% 5.5% Computers and parts 3.6% TV’s 4.4% Telephones and equipment 3% Electrical conductors 1.5% Tractors 1.8% Medical and surgical instruments 1.7% Gold 1.3% Refrigerators and cooling systems Furniture and parts 28
  28. 28. TOP MEXICAN EXPORT DESTINATIONS 29 USA Canada China Germany Japan Spain United Kingdom Colombia Brazil Korea 302,654 10,427 5,407 3,951 3,771 3,281 3,232 3,066 3,056 2,503 2016 2010 2005 2000 373,930 298,473 214,233 166,121 Europe Asia America Africa Oceania 20,569 15,806 9,439 6,412 18,449 10,703 4,779 2,158 333,025 270,598 199,234 157,398 857 466 342 42 936 718 364 102 Mexico Source : ProMéxico with information of the Mexican Ministry of Economy, 2016.
  29. 29. FDI FLOWS TO MEXICO (1999-2017) MDD 23,341* 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 26,739 2016 Source: ProMéxico with information of the Mexican Ministry of Economy (February 2017) and projections with information of Banxico (March 2017). 2017 21,659* 2018 0 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 40,000 45,000 5,000 30
  30. 30. RECORD FDI FLOWS (billion dollars) 31 31,841 76,618 162,796 174,079 135,000 200,000 Source: ProMéxico with information of the Mexican Ministry of Economy.
  31. 31. MAJOR INVESTORS IN MEXICO FDI in Mexico by country of origin 1999 – 2016 (million dollars) United States 213,534v Spain 57,120 Canada 27,479 Belgium 17,968 Germany 14,168 Netherlands 52,484 v v v v v Japan 13,412 United Kingdom 10,447 Switzerland 9,375 v v v Luxembourg 6,002 Others 42,699 v v •Source: ProMéxico with information of the Mexican Ministry of Economy. 32
  32. 32. AGGREGATED FDI BY SECTOR (1999 - 2016) Manufacturing industries 48% Services 15% Commerce 7% Mining 6% Media and telecom 5% Others 18% Source: ProMéxico with information of the Mexican Ministry of Economy. 33
  33. 33. EASY ACCESS TO MAIN PORTS AROUND THE WORLD 34Source: ProMéxico with information of Sea Rates & SCT. Mexico to: . Germany Brazil China (Shanghai) Colombia Korea USA India Poland Turkey New York 3 11 12 (Recife) 32 8 31 / 29 12 16 Los Angeles 5 25 19 (Recife) 18 10 17 / 29 26 29 Rotterdam 16 2 13 (Recife) 32 17 33 10 (NY) 23 1 3 Río de Janeiro 17 17 / 33 7 34 15 (NY) 26 19 20 Yokohama 19 35 33 (Recife) 4 24 4 15 (LA) 15 36 26 Shanghai 22 33 33 (Rio de Janeiro) / 27 2 18 (LA) 13 34 24 Shenzhen 24 31 31 (Rio de Janeiro) / 28 4 20 (LA) 11 32 21 Average 15.1 22.0 23.5 23.8 17.3 17.9 15.6 20.9 22.9 19.9
  34. 34. STRATEGIC GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION Comparing shipping routes Mexico-New York Hamburg-Shanghai Mexico-Hamburg Shanghai-New York Veracruz Mexico New York USA Hamburg Germany Shanghai China 35
  35. 35. STRATEGIC LOCATION AND TIME ZONE +/- 2 hours North America - Geographic proximity - Similar time zone Latin America - Cultural Affinity - Natural supplier to Latin American markets - Similar time zone Los Angeles: 2.5 hours Atlanta: 2.5 hours Chicago: 3 hours New York: 4 hours Sao Paulo: 8 hours Madrid: 10 hours London: 10 hours Tokio: 12.5 hours Beijing: 14 hours Shanghai: 14 hours México is close to: 36
  36. 36. Source: ProMéxico,with information of CIA Factbook & SCT. Lázaro Cárdenas Manzanillo Veracruz Tampico Altamira Guanajuato Monterrey Guadalajara SLP 37 A COUNTRY WITH GREAT INFRASTRUCTURE Mexico: • 63 international airports. • 3rd country with most airports. • 67 border crossings • 117 ports for natural and domestic traffic. • 16,740 miles of railroads. • 234,360 miles of roads
  37. 37. 38 WORKING AGE POPULATION BY COUNTRY India Mexico United Kingdom Brazil United States Spain China Japan 23% 21% 8% -11% -14% -9% Working-age population (2016 to 2035, % change) Source: ProMéxico with information of UN, population division. 3% 3%
  38. 38. Source: ProMéxico with information of World Bank, 2016. MEXICO PRIVATE CONSUMPTION OUTPACES ITS PEERS 2015 private consumption as % of GDP China MexicoColombiaBrazilIndiaIndonesia 55.4% 59.6% 63.5% 63.4% 67.1% 37%
  39. 39. Source: ProMéxico with information of UNESCO. Brasil MéxicoEspaña Reino Unido Estados Unidos Francia Italia COMPARISON OF GRADUATES IN MEXICO AND OTHER COUNTRIES 2013 2011 2012 2009 2010 2007 2008 2014 Total graduates in engineering, manufacturing and construction 40
  40. 40. 41 2ND COUNTRY WITH THE LARGEST PERCENTAGE OF EMPLOYMENT IN CREATIVE INDUSTRIES Source: ProMéxico with information of UNESCO, Creative Economy Report, 2013. Filipinas México Bután PaísesBajos EstadosUnidos Australia Malasia Rusia Hungría Eslovenia China CoreadelSur Singapur Colombia Tanzania Letonia Canadá Finlandia Trinidad Bulgaria Contribution of copyright industries to national employment
  41. 41. Source: ProMéxico with information of World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Statistics. PATENTS GRANTED (2015) China 359,316 CountryRank Patents granted 1 United States 298,4072 Japan 189,3583 Korea 101,8734 Russia 34,7065 Australia 23,0986 Canada 22,2017 Germany 14,7958 France 12,6999 Mexico 9,22810 Others 175,309 42
  42. 42. in MIT and Harvard’s Atlas of Economic Complexity Source: ProMéxico with information of INEGI, Presidencia de la República, Harvard University, MIT, Atlas of Economic Complexity & OECD. MEXICO EXPORTS SOPHISTICATED PRODUCTS México ranks 22 • Mexico can retain large amounts of productive knowledge. • Mexico manufactures and exports a large number of sophisticated products. • Sophisticated manufactures account for 80% of our exports.
  43. 43. MEXICO’S GLOBAL MANUFACTURING LEADERSHIP AUTOMOTIVE AND AUTO PARTS • 7TH producer and 4th exporter of new vehicles. AEROSPACE • 7th supplier to the USA. IT • 4th better location for software development in America. México is: Exports exceeding 374 billion dollars in 2016. 66% of exports in medium and high technologies. MEDICAL DEVICES Leading exporter in Latin America. HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS • Leading exporter in Latin America and 5th globally. ELECTRIC- ELECTRONIC • 3th exporter of computers. • 2nd exporter of flatscreen TVs. •6th exporter of cellphones. Source: ProMéxico with information of OICA, Trade Map & US Department of Commerce.
  44. 44. Nissan R&D Center Skyworks Mabe Intel Design Center Silanes Honeywell (A350) Flexible Manufacturing (Ford) Bombardier Learjet 85 3M (San Luis Potosí) Ericsson (Global Center) GE (Genx turbine) Bosch R&D IN MEXICO 45Source: ProMéxico.
  45. 45. ORIGIN OF TOURISTS IN MEXICO Source: ProMéxico with information of SECTUR (2015). USA 60% Canad a11% Colombi a 2% Brazil 2% Spain 2% United Kingdom 3% Argentina 2%
  46. 46. WHAT IS PROMÉXICO? Entity of the Mexican government looking for… Foreign Direct Investment Internationalization Exports 47
  47. 47. OUR NATIONAL NETWORK Representation offices in Mexico 30 48 Tijuana Hermosillo Torreón Culiacán Durango Guadalajara Zacatecas Aguascalientes Morelia Tecamachalco Toluca Cuernavaca Puebla Mexico City (Headquarters) Oaxaca Veracruz Juárez Chihuahua Monterrey SLP Silao Querétaro Pachuca Mérida Tlaxcala Cancún Tuxtla Gutiérrez Colima Acapulco Reynosa
  48. 48. OUR GLOBAL NETWORK 49 representation offices in 31 different countries Europe & Africa: Berlin Bern Brussels Casablanca Istambul Stockholm Frankfurt The Hage London Madrid Munich Milan Moscow Paris Latin America Bogota Buenos Aires Guatemala La Habana Lima Santiago Sao Paulo Asia, Middle East & Oceania: Beijing Doha Dubai Hong Kong Kuala Lumpur Melbourne New Delhi Seoul Shanghai Singapore Taipei Tokio Jakarta Boston Chicago Dallas Detroit Houston Los Angeles Miami Montreal North America New York Phoenix San Francisco Seattle Toronto Vancouver Washington
  49. 49. gob.mx/promexico promexico@promexico.gob.mx @ProMexicoOficial @ProMexico +52 (55) 54 47 7000 Camino a Santa Teresa 1679, Col. Jardines del Pedregal CP 01900, México, D.F.
  50. 50. La difusión del material contenido en esta presentación será responsabilidad de cada funcionario/ empresa/ institución. Última actualización de esta presentación: 15 de marzo de 2017. Para cualquier comentario o sugerencia con respecto a esta presentación, favor de contactar a whymexico@promexico.gob.mx Para descargar la versión más actualizada de esta presentación, da clic aquí. 51

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