Online Course: Mexican Economy

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Syllabus of the Online Course / Subject - Main sectors of the Mexican Economy.

  1. Introduction to Mexico
  2. Mexican Aerospace Industry
  3. Mexican Automotive Sector
  4. Mexican Agribusiness Sector
  5. Case Study: Acquisition of FEMSA by Heineken
  6. Creative Industries in Mexico
  7. Medical Devices in Mexico
  8. Household Appliances Industry
  9. Case Study: Bosch Group in Mexico
  10. Mexican Electronics Industry
  11. Renewable energy
  12. Information Technology market (IT, Business Process Outsourcing, and Software)
  13. Case Study: Mexican companies
    1. VW of Mexico
    2. Sukarne
    3. Bosch Mexico
    4. Tata Consultancy Services in Mexico
The eLearning Course (Subject) “Key sectors of the Mexican Economy” is part of the following Online Higher Education Programs (Bachelors, Master of Science, Doctorates) taught by EENI Business School & HA University:
  1. Course: Mexico
  2. eLearning Masters of Science (MSc): International Business, Foreign Trade, America, BRICS Countries-Mexico, Pacific
  3. Doctorate in Business in America

Learning materials in Online Higher Education in English or Study Master Doctorate Business in Spanish México Study, Master in International Business in French Mexique

Credits of the Online Course / Subject “Mexican Economy”: 0.8 ECTS Credits

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Description of the Course / Subject (Higher Education, e-learning): Key sectors of the Mexican Economy

The United Mexican States:

  1. Mexico's population is 122 million people
  2. Area: 1,964,375 square kilometres
  3. Main Mexican language is Spanish
  4. The capital of Mexico is Mexico City
  5. The Mexican currency is the Mexican Peso (MXN)
  6. Borders of Mexico: The United States, Guatemala, and Belize
  7. Mexico gained independence from Spain in 1810
  8. Mexico's main religion is Christianity (108 million) Catholic (99 million)
  9. Mexico belongs to the Latin American area of the Western Christian Civilisation
  10. The Mexican extinct civilisations: the Mexican, the Olmec, and the Yucatan
  11. Abolition of Slavery in Mexico: 1829

Mexican Economy.

  1. Mexico is the tenth largest economy in the World and the seventh largest international trade player.
  2. Mexico is the economy with the most competitive operating costs for the aerospace industry.
    1. Aerospace exports were 3,200 million dollars (16.5% annual growth rate).
    2. There are 190 enterprises in Mexico within the aerospace industry (30,000 people).

Mexican Automotive industry:

  1. Mexico is the second largest car maker in Latin America. 820,000 cars were sold in Mexico.
  2. 3% of the gross domestic product
  3. 18% of the Mexican manufacturing production
  4. 23% of all Mexican exports
  5. 69% of the Mexican production of the Automotive sector was exported to the United States
  6. 100 of the largest auto parts global firms are in Mexico.
  7. The United Mexican States produced 30 billion dollars in auto parts, (80% of the production was exported to the United States)

The Processed food industry in the United Mexican States generated a market value of 93,362 million dollars (the third highest valued in America). The food sector of the United Mexican States is the tenth largest market valued worldwide. The Mexican processed food industry accounts for 22% of the manufacturing gross domestic product.

  1. Mexico is the leading exporter of medical devices in Latin America. Mexico is the largest exporter to the United States
  2. Mexico is one of the main exporters of household appliances in the World (sixth place on a global level)
  3. Mexico has a leading position as an exporter of split-door refrigerator/freezers
  4. Mexico is the third exporter of vacuum cleaners
  5. Mexico has a strong installed capacity for the manufacture of electronic products
  6. The manufacturing enterprises are in Baja California, Chihuahua, and Tamaulipas
  7. The exports from the electronics sector accounted for 28% of non-petroleum exports of Mexico

Acquisition FEMSA Heineken

Mexico FEMSA

Bosch Group Mexico

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