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Investment (FDI) in Mexico

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Syllabus of the Subject: Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Mexico.

  1. Framework for the foreign direct investment in Mexico;
  2. Overview of the foreign direct investment in Mexico;
  3. Changes and trends in foreign direct investment (FDI);
  4. Foreign Direct Investment by sector, Mexican States, and Country;
  5. Incentives for the foreign investment;
  6. Agreements on Reciprocal Promotion and Protection of Investments.

Online Education (Courses, Masters, Doctorate): Trade and Business in Mexico

The Subject “Foreign direct investment in Mexico” belongs to the following Online Higher Educational Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:

Masters (MIB): International Business, Foreign Trade.

Masters in International Business and Foreign Trade (MIB) - Online Education

Doctorate (DIB): Global Trade, American Business.

Professional Doctorate in International Business (DIB). Online Education

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Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Mexico

The Foreign direct investment (FDI) has grown in the United Mexican States, owing to its competitive costs compared to other countries, advantage of its geographical location (NAFTA, APEC) and its qualified labour

  1. Recently, the foreign direct investment reached a value of 6,058 million dollars, (Heineken's acquisition of FEMSA Beer);
  2. The Automotive sector in Mexico represented 6% of the total foreign direct investment (FDI);
  3. Companies like Volkswagen, Fiat, Daimler, Pirelli and General Motors announced investments of 4,000 million dollars for vehicles and parts manufacture;
  4. Foreign Direct Investment in the auto parts sector reached 400 million dollars (530,000 jobs);
  5. Foreign Direct Investment in the medical devices sector rose to 927.5 million dollars;
  6. The Medical device industry in Mexico receives 927 million dollars in foreign direct investment0;
  7. The main FDI sources were the United States, Switzerland, Germany, and the Netherlands;
  8. Mexico ranks in the second place in Latin America as a foreign direct investment destination with 23% of the total in software projects in the region;
  9. Nestlé invested 390 million dollars to increase the productive capacity of its factory in Toluca.
States of Mexico Foreign direct investment
Total State % Mexican Participation
Total of Mexico 17,726 100%
Aguascalientes 19 0.1%
Baja California 725 4.1%
Baja California Sur 5 0%
Campeche 13 0.1%
Coahuila 75 0.4%
Colima 0 0%
Chiapas 2 0%
Chihuahua 1,414 8%
Federal district 6,986 39.4%
Durango 212 1.2%
Guanajuato 85 0.5%
Guerrero -58 -0.3%
Hidalgo 17 0.1%
Jalisco 1,153 6.5%
Mexico 917 5.2%
Michoacán 3 0%
Morelos 6 0%
Nayarit 3 0%
Nuevo Leon 5,097 28.8%
Oaxaca 2 0%
Puebla 153 0.9%
Querétaro 280 1.6%
Quintana Roo 29 0.2%
San Louis Potosí -4 0%
Sinaloa 10 0.1%
Sonora 109 0.6%
Tabasco 0 0%
Tamaulipas 231 1.3%
Tlaxcala 38 0.2%
Veracruz 77 0.4%
Yucatán 3 0%
Zacatecas 120 0.7%

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