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Made in Mexico. By: Cedar, Tyler, Madison, Jae, Bryan. CARS. Mexico is the worlds fourth biggest auto exporter It exports Nissan, Mazda, Honda, Volkswagen, and Audi to the U.S. US imports. Currently Mexico competes with China, India Russia and Brazil

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made in mexico

Made in Mexico

By: Cedar, Tyler, Madison, Jae, Bryan

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CARS
  • Mexico is the worlds fourth biggest auto exporter
  • It exports Nissan, Mazda, Honda, Volkswagen, and Audi to the U.S.
us imports
US imports
  • Currently Mexico competes with China, India Russia and Brazil
  • It is growing and predicted to pass them soon especially with the increase in gas price
  • Because of the proximity to the U.S. and NAFTA it is becoming one of

the U.S.’s biggest

trade partners

mexico economy growth
Mexico economy growth
  • Mexico is predicted to become on of the worlds 10 largest economies with a 4% growth rate currently and the new president trying to reach 6% soon
change in the oil industry
Change in the oil industry
  • PEMEX has been run rather poorly in the past but is looking at improvement
  • Opening it up to private business using contracts in which private companies would share both reward and risk of drilling
mexico vs china
Mexico VS China
  • In 2000 it cost China $.32 per hour to employ a worker and Mexico $1.51
  • Last year it cost China $1.63 per hour to employ a worker vs Mexico’s $2.10
  • This coupled with NAFTA and the rising price of oil will soon make it cheaper to manufacture things in Mexico