Mexico’s foreign trade is an engine for growth of the Mexican economy; this began in the 80s, and now comes to represent about 65% of the national GDP, 30% exports generated.
In the geography of foreign trade in Mexico, the states of central and northern Mexico are those who are more involved in this activity, and they are benefiting from the opening, employment and production opportunities that this provides.
Various global companies consider the advantages of making the facilities of its operations in Mexico, where the cost structure is lower than that of developed countries; we have a workforce highly skilled and privileged geographical location with the US border in addition to the free trade agreements that strengthen foreign investment.
With increasing international trade, economic growth is also create worldwide.
Mexico has become the 8th largest vehicle producer and 4th world exporter and the 6th largest producer of auto parts.
Assembler’s different vehicles like General Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Volkswagen, Nissan, Honda, BMW, Toyota, Volvo and Mercedes Benz have been establish in various states of Mexico.
Flat screen televisions, computers and cell phones, from companies such as Samsung, Sony, LG, Toshiba, Foxconn, Flextronics, Jabil Circuit.
Tomato, avocado, onion, green pepper, watermelon, mango, berries, guava, papaya, cattle, beer and tequila.
Refrigerators, air conditioners, washing machines, gas stoves and water heaters, companies such as Electrolux, General Electric, Koblenz, LG, Mabe, Samsung and Whirlpool.
For aerospace, Mexico has become an attractive destination for investment and has grown significantly among companies in this sector include Labinal, Bombardier and Embraer.