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  1. Competitive advantages for investing in Mexico Mexico: a leading economy A country with competitive sectors ProMéxico’s strategies

  2. Competitiveadvantagesforinvesting in Mexico

  3. 5 competitiveadvantages Exports platform Macroeconomic environment Mexico’scompetitiveadvantages Advanced manufacture Internal market Human capital

  4. Forecasts 2013 Goldman Sachs estimates that Mexico will be the 5th largest economy by 2050. According to Accenture, Mexico will be one of the Big Six in 2025. According to HSBC Mexico will be the 8th largest economy in the world by 2050. World’slargesteconomies Gross Domestic Product (Billion USD) USA China Japan Germany France UK Brazil Russia Italy India Canada Australia Spain Mexico South Korea 14th place 20501 Goldman Sach’s Forecast Gross Domestic Product (Billion USD) 5th place Fuente: Goldman Sachs. The N-11: More ThananAcronym. Documento de economía mundial No: 153. Marzo de 2007/ HSBC/ ACCENTURE.1/ Pronóstico de Goldman Sachs / Fondo Monetario Internacional.

  5. Solidmacroeconomicenvironment Evolution of inflation, exports and international reserves in Mexico (2000- 2013) Reserves Exports record: 380 billion dollars Reserves record: 176 billion dollars Source: INEGI / Bank of Mexico.

  6. FDI flows into Mexico (1999-2013*) Record-high MUSD Source: Ministry of Economy. General Directorate of Foreign Investment. */ Figures to September 2013.

  7. Positive Ratings A3 Baa1 Baa3 BBB+ BBB+ BBB BBB BBB+ BBB+ BBB BBB- BBB BBB- * Scores that are below the dotted line are investments with high degree of risk or speculation. Source: Fitch Ratings, Standar& Poor’s Rating Services, Moody’s Investor Service.

  8. 5 competitive advantages Exports platform Macroeconomic environment Mexico’s competitive advantages Internal market Advanced manufacture Human capital

  9. We are committed to free trade • Number of countries • with privileged access* Our FTAs give privileged access to 61% of the world’s GDP Sources: Brazil; China:Colombia:; United States: ; Chile: Direcon; México: Ministry of Economy.

  10. Easy access to the world Fuente:SeaRates

  11. A country with great infrastructure Monterrey Altamira SLP Tampico Guanajuato Guadalajara Veracruz Manzanillo Lázaro Cárdenas Source: SCT.

  12. A country part of NAFTA Fuentes: SCT/ US Department of Transportation.

  13. 5 competitiveadvantages Exports platform Macroeconomic environment Mexico’scompetitiveadvantages Internal market Advanced manufacture Human capital

  14. Demographics on our side Population: 122 milliones

  15. Domestic Market: main features GDP TREND: GDP per Capita (Actual): $ 8519 GDP growth rate (2015): 3.5% CONSUMER EXPENDITURE Actual: 9500000 MXN milliones (highest level ever) Consumer Expenditure Chart and GDP Growth - Source: Trading Economics

  16. 5 competitiveadvantages Exports platform Macroeconomic environment Mexico’scompetitiveadvantages Internal market Advanced manufacture Human capital

  17. Labor Market Labor Force: 52 milliones Expected Labor Force (by 2020): 83 milliones Labor Force Chart – Source: Trading Economomics

  18. Quality of Mexican labor force Source: IMD CompetitivenessYearbook, 2012

  19. 5 competitiveadvantages Exports platform Macroeconomic environment Mexico’scompetitiveadvantages Internal market Advanced manufacture Human capital

  20. Most competitive total costs  Mexico’s ranked 11th in terms of Economies of Scale Availability

  21. We are leaders in keysectors • AEROSPACE • Mexico is the 6th supplier to the American aerospace industry. • AUTOMOTIVE AND AUTOPARTS • 8th producer and 4th exporter globally of new light vehicles in the world. 370 billions in exports 50% medium and high tech manufactures • MEDICAL DEVICES • We are the largest exporter in Latin Americaand main supplier to the US. • ELECTRIC-ELECTRONIC • Leading flat television screen exporter in the world. Source: FEMIA/ GTA/ AMIA/ OICA. .

  22. ProMéxico’s strategies

  23. What Do We Offer in ProMéxico? Boosts activities aimed to present an overview of international business and trade. It also seeks to encourage enterprises and strategic sectors to reach international markets and promote the country's image. Assists clients to reach a specific goal, through training, personal assistance or consulting. Brings companies together and link them to private or public organizations and academia, among others, with specific goals that are usually project-related. Simplifies the execution or increases the appeal of a project, whether for export, FDI or internationalization, through incentives, studies or by opening markets. Promotion Linking Development of programs and projects DCC/ ACT Model/ Softlanding/ Aftercare/ Roadmaps/ Clusters articulation/ MOMA/ PROCEI ProMéxico Facilitation Assistance

  24. www.oscar.camacho@promexico.gob.mx