Mexico has a large and growing economy that is undergoing substantial modernization. Events that occurred since the past two decades, such as the opening of the economy, and the passage of the North America Free Trade Agreement (“NAFTA”) , among others, have been critical as first steps to cement the pillars of a sustainable growing economy. Mexico’s increased manufacturing competitiveness and the prospect of passing economic reforms are expected to generate attractive GDP growth.
|Growing economy and domestic market||
|Strong country risk profile||
|Increased competitiveness in the global economy||
|Limited availability of capital||
Sources: Santander Investment Report; Deutsche Bank Research; Trading Economics, INEGI; Nomura Equity Research; CNBC; Emerging Markets Private Equity Association