A resource with information about Mexico’s infrastructure, production, sectors with detailed information at the state and regional level, a great tool for companies that are evaluating the best location alternative within Mexico.
According to The Boston Consulting Group, Mexico is a “Rising global star” in manufacturing. The country is highly competitive when comparing labor and energy costs and sustained productivity with the main global exporting economies.
Measuring Regulatory Quality and Efficiency , a World Bank annual reports measuring the regulations that enhance business activity and those that constrain it. This Year Mexico ranks higher than Brazil, China, India and Russia.
The United States is Mexico’s largest trading partner and largest foreign investor.
Exclusive Services for Member Companies
The US-Mexico Business Council (USMBC) provides its member companies with a wide array of business-focused information, advocacy, and advisory services on both policy and operating issues. Member companies have access to exclusive services.
USMBC has always played an important role in U.S. policy debates and fought for stable and expanded US-Mexico economic relationship. Top U.S. companies look to USMBC to be their voice on key policy issues and to provide U.S. and Mexico officials with information and positions on U.S. business interests with Mexico.
USMBC staff in Washington, DC and Mexico City respond member company requests on any Mexico related subject, providing advice on operating issues, best practices, investment strategies, market analysis, regulatory, and policy changes that affect U.S. companies doing business with Mexico.
Individual companies caught in commercial disputes with either private or government entities benefit from the Council’s ability to provide assistance on a company-specific basis, educate the appropriate decision makers about the problem, and effectively communicate its impact on the particular member as well as the overall investment climate.
The Council routinely acts on behalf of members who are suddenly faced with Mexican policy changes that threaten their operations. Our success rate in this area stems from our ability to quickly identify the right players in the Mexican executive and legislative branches, educate them, and work with our member companies to develop both strategy and tactics for resolving the problem.
The Council’s breadth of involvement in commercial and policy arenas and active Mexican member participation results in a balanced and independent analysis of the Mexican market that senior executives use to make decisions about their global investments.
Mexico is the United States’ second-largest export market
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The United-States is Mexico’s main export and import partner