International Trade in Mexico

International Trade in Mexico

Mexico became the 12th world economic power. Although the GDP fell sharply in 2009 (-6.5%), the GDP is predicted to rise by about 4% in 2010. Resumption of exports, especially car sales and US tourism are encouraging signs. The general economic outlook is relatively good. According to the... Read more

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Overview About International Trade in Mexico

Main Industry Sectors

Agriculture accounts for approximately 4% of the GDP and employs 13.5% of the active population, however, the scarcity of credit continues to penalize this sector. Mexico ranks amongst the world's largest producers of coffee, sugar, corn, oranges, avocadoes and limes. Mexico is the world's 5th biggest producer of beer and its number two exporter. It is amongst the world's leading producers of many minerals, including silver, fluorite, zinc and mercury, and its oil and gas reserves are one of its most precious possessions: Mexico is the world's fifth largest producer of oil. The oil company PEMEX is the second most powerful company in Latin America, according to the industry journal América Economŕ­a. Cattle farming and fishing are also important economic activities.

The aerospace sector has grown sharply in the last five years, due to the presences of almost 190 companies, such as Bombardier, Goodrich, the Safran group and Honeywell, which together employ 30 000 people. Mexico is also one of the 10th major car producers. The hi-tech, information and software development sectors are also experiencing a real momentum, driven by the quality of the workforce, cluste...

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