Mexico is the world´s 11th largest country and represents a huge potential market for a wide range of products and services.
Growing middle class
Mexico´s middle class increased by 12% between 2000 and 2010 according to Mexico´s government institute of statistics and demographics.
Concentration of wealth
10% of Mexico´s population produces 35% of GDP. This niche can be effectively targeted for luxury products and services.
Experts from the financial industry, including Goldman Sachs and Nomura, predict that, by 2020, Mexico´s economy will be among the ten largest in the world (The Economist, 2012)
Mexico has surpassed Brazil as an investment opportunity in Latin America (CNBC, 2013)
Access to US and Latin America For products manufactured locally, Mexico offers excellent access to the US and Latin American markets. In total, Mexico has signed 12 agreements with 44 countries, of which 11 in the Americas, more than any other nation in the world (ProMéxico, 2013)
Getting easier to do business
Mexico just moved up to 48th of 185 countries for ease of doing business, up from 74th in 2012 (World Bank´s Doing Business, 2013).
Government priority on simplification Federal and state government has focused on reducing bureaucracy whilst improving competitivity to attract new investment and diversify trade (UKTI, 2013).