THE NAFTA OFFICE OF MEXICO IN CANADA
 
 

WHY INVEST IN MEXICO?

DOING BUSINESS IN MEXICO

WHERE TO INVEST?

RESOURCES FOR INVESTORS

RELATED LINKS
Presidencia
PROMEXICO
IFAI
NAFTANOW

 
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DOING BUSINESS IN MEXICO

BUY IN MEXICO
 
You can find information on Mexican companies that could be partners or suppliers for your company.

  - PROMEXICO in here you will find potential partners and suppliers with web page in Spanish and English.

  - GUIA NEI Mexico is the Mexican Industrial buyer's guide on the web and can be searched in Spanish, Portuguese and English.

  - SIEM a database of Mexican companies in Spanish.

INVEST IN MEXICO
- Guide to Invest in Mexico
 
The Guide “Investing in Mexico”, developed by the Ministry of the Economy which offers practical information to facilitate business relations with Mexico. This guide offers advice on the legislation that regulates foreign investment and the most important negotiations and paperwork needed to start up a new business in Mexico.

  - Invest by Mexican State
 
Learn about Mexico in detail. We provide you with detailed information on Mexico’s states, the productive sectors that offer the best opportunities for investment and the incentives offered by local governments for establishing new businesses.

  - Industrial Costs in Mexico
 
It is a complete guide for the foreign investor who wants to get established in Mexico.  This Guide provides detailed information about the country’s infrastructure divided into five regions:  North, West, Central, East and South.  It also includes profiles of each of the states of Mexico; costs of land and construction suited to business needs; prices of basic services; and information on salaries and management, administrative and technical personnel, as well as wages for skilled and unskilled workers, and other aspects of interest to investors.
 
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Report Mexico-Canada Trade Statistics Annual 2016
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Regarding the Mexico-Canada trade, trade flows increased 0.9%, amounting USD$34.6 billion. This value represents a bilateral trade increase of 755% in the NAFTA era, which also translates as an average annual growth rate of 9.8% between 1993 and 2016, the highest within the region.