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Mexico – country of opportunities for the Slovenian companies March 2015
2 Corresponds to the surface of Europe‘s 4 biggest countries: Germany Sweden France Spain = 2 Mexico: The 14 th biggest country
33 México tiene una población de 118 millones de habitantes Mexico is the 11 th country in terms of population Mexico has 118 Million inhabitants Equal to the population of Colombia, Spanien and Australia
4 A country with great infrastructure Lázaro Cárdenas Manzanillo Veracruz Tampico Altamira Guanajuato Monterrey Guadalajara SLP Mexico has: 63 border crossings. 68 international ports. 64 international airports. 16,700 miles of railroads. 230,000 miles of roads. Source: SCT.
5 2013 15 th biggest economy amongst 189 countries
China EU India Brasil México Rusia Indonesia Japón Reino Unido Alemania Nigeria Francia Corea Turquía Vietnam Source: Goldman Sachs. The N-11: More Than an Acronym. Documento de economía mundial No: 153. Marzo de 2007/ HSBC/ ACCENTURE.1/ Pronóstico de Goldman Sachs / Fondo Monetario Internacional. 2050 1 5th place 2013 World's largest GDP measured by PPP 14th place Goldman Sach’s Forecast Gross Domestic Product (Billion Dollars) Mexico will be one of the top 10 economies 6 Gross Domestic Product (Billion Dollars) Goldman Sachs estimates that Mexico will be the 5 th largest economy by 2050. According to Accenture, Mexico will be one of the Big Six in 2025. According to HSBC, Mexico will be the 8 th largest economy in the world by 2050.
Our FTAs give privileged access to 61% of the world’s GDP. Mexico has access to 45 countries through its free trade agreements (1.2 billion people). Number of countries with privileged access * We are commited to free trade 7 Sources: Brazil; China: Colombia:; United States: ; Chile: Direcon; Mexico: Ministry of Economy.BrazilChina:ColombiaUnited States: DireconMinistry of Economy.
8 Tratados de Libre Comercio NAFTA: Canadá y Estados Unidos FTA EU-MX: Unión Europea EFTA: Noruega, Islandia, Suiza y Liechtenstein G3-FTA: Colombia y Venezuela NTFTA: El Salvador, Guatemala y Honduras EPA: Japón FTA: Bolivia FTA: Chile FTA: Costa Rica FTA: Israel FTA: Uruguay Acuerdos de Complementación Económica ACE: Argentina ACE: Bolivia ACE: Brasil ACE: Cuba ACE: Paraguay ACE: Perú ACE: Uruguay ACE: Mercosur Acuerdos de Alcance Parcial PSA: Ecuador PSA: Panamá PSA: Paraguay Acuerdos para la Promoción y Protección Recíproca de las Inversiones: América Latina y el Caribe Argentina, Cuba, Panamá, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay Europa Alemania, Austria, Bélgica-Luxemburgo, Bielorrusia, Dinamarca, Eslovaquia, España, Finlandia, Francia, Grecia, Islandia, Italia, Países Bajos, Portugal, Reino Unido, República Checa, Suecia, Suiza Asia-Pacífico Australia, China, India, Corea, Singapur Pacto de Alianza Trans-Pacífica: Chile, Colombia y Perú
Pacific Alliance 9 Elimination of 100% of tariffs. 92% immediately and the other 8% in the next 15 years or sooner. Elimination of visas between members. Platform for student and academic mobility. Unification of stock exchanges. Homologation of health and regulatory certifications.
México And the TPP 10 The 12 countries of the TPP represent: 38% of global GDP. 23% of world exports. 28% of world imports. 11% of the world’s population. In negotiation P4 (Brunei, Chile, New Zealand and Singapore)
MexicoSlovenia 0.2% Inflation Rate 2 Million Inhabitants* $23,289 USD* $47.99 Billion USD* (-0.1%) 4.08% Inflation Rate 118 Million Inhabitants* $10,307 USD* $1,261 Billion USD* (1.1%) 11 Source: Information obtained from World Bank, *Information from 2013 GDP Population Inflation GDP per capita
Bilateral Trade between Mexico and Slovenia 12 Source: ProMéxico, Information from Ministry of Economic Affairs.
From Mexico to Slovenia Polyvinyl chloride (plastic components) Digital processing units Memory Units Elements for vibration control (in vehicles) Propionic acid Tequila Toothpaste Beer Magnetic tapes Deodorants and antiperspirants Washers, valves or other parts of technical use for shock absorbers Harnesses and electrical cables for current conduction Mandrels or tool holder Spirituous beverages containing hard liquor or distilled agave Circuit boards Scale models for assembling 13 Source: ProMéxico, Information from Ministry of Economic Affairs.
From Slovenia to Mexico Brush holder for starters Camshaft to transmit rotary motion in cars Starters (engine), less than 24V Synchronous Motors Alternators Rheostats Hop made into crushed cones or pellets Antennas with electric drive Waxing tools Multilayers for turn signals or rear lights Compressors Sunglasses 14 Source: ProMéxico, Information from Ministry of Economic Affairs.
Opportunities between Mexico & Slovenia 16 Construction & Infraestructure Automotive Medical Equipment Information & Communication Technologies Processed Foods & Beverages Opportunities (Export) Pharmaceuticals & chemicals Wood processing
NAFTAs Value Chain 17 Automotive Parts cross the border 8 times during the production process. Der Learjet 85 is developed in Canada, but produced in Mexico and assembled in the USA.
Source: SCT/ US Department of Transportation. 18 A country part of NAFTA +50 border crossings with the US. NAFTA market = 18 trillion USD. Bilateral trade with the U.S. = 1 million dollars per minute. 1 million people and 300 thousand vehicles crossing the border daily.
19 Quelle: ProMéxico with Information from Global Trade Atlas 2013. * Share of total exports in %. Cars 8.5% 5.4% Parts & Accesories Phones and Telecommunications 4.7% Cargo trucks 4.6% Computers & Accesories 4.6% 4.4% Receiver 2.7% Electrical conductors 1.5% Partially processed gold 1.4% Car seats & their parts 1.3% Medical equipment & surgical intstruments Refrigerators & Freezers 1.2% Tractors 1.5% 12 Mexico’s most important exported products *
Mexico ranks 20th in Harvard and MIT's Atlas of Economic Complexity. It acknowledges that Mexico can retain large amounts of productive knowledge. Mexico manufactures and exports a large number of sophisticated products. Manufacturing accounts for 80% of our exports. Source: INEGI/ Presidency/ Harvard and MIT, Atlas of Economic Complexity/ OECD. 20 Mexico is an exporter of sophisticated products
MEDICAL DEVICES We are the largest exporter in Latin America and main supplier to the US. AUTOMOTIVE AND AUTOPARTS 8 th producer and 4 th exporter globally of new light vehicles in the world. AEROSPACE Mexico is the 6th supplier to the American aerospace industry. ELECTRIC-ELECTRONIC Leading flat television screen exporter in the world. Source: FEMIA/ GTA/ AMIA/ OICA.. 370 billions in exports 50% medium and high tech manufactures We are leaders in key sectors 21
A COUNTRY WITH COMPETITIVE SECTORS 22
Aerospace Source: KPMG/ US Census Bureau/ Ministry of Economy/ Bombardier. 23 According to KPMG, aerospace parts manufacturing costs in Mexico are approximately 16% lower than in the United States. There are 270 aerospace companies in Mexico. In 2013, exports from this sector exceeded 5 billion dollars. Mexico has the second largest fleet of business jets in the world (after the US). Every two minutes takes-off an airplane with Mexican technology. Mexico is the 6 th supplier to the American aerospace industry.
Automotive Mexico is the 8 th vehicle producer in the world. And the 4 th exporter globally of new light vehicles in the world. We export almost three times more than Brazil and India combined. We are a strategic supplier to the North and Latin American automotive markets. In 2011, Mexico was the leading autoparts supplier to the United States. Eleven of every 100 light automobiles sold in the United States are manufactured in Mexico. 84 of the top 100 auto parts companies in the world have production facilities in Mexico. Source: OICA/ Global Trade Atlas/ AMIA/ Ward’s Automotive Reports/ AASA, 2011. 24 Ford’s plant in Hermosillo, Mexico, is the only facility in the world to produce the new Fusion model and the Lincoln MKZ.
Electric-Electronic 25 Mexico is the leading home appliance exporter in Latin America. And the 6 th globally. It is the leading flat television screen exporter in the world. The second refrigerator exporter. The 4 th global exporter of computers. 8 of the top 10 transnational electronics manufacturing services (CM’s) have operations in Mexico. According to KPMG, electronics assembling costs in Mexico are 15% lower than in the United States. Source: Global Trade Atlas/ KPMG/ Manufacturer Market Insider.
Medical devices 26 According to KPMG, medical device manufacturing costs in Mexico are 23% lower than in the United States. Mexico is the 5 th global exporter of medical instruments and devices. We are the largest exporter in the medical device industry in Latin America. The 3 rd global exporter of suture needles in the world. And the 6 th exporter of respiratory and mechanic therapy equipment in the world. Our country is the leading exporter of orthopedic items and gauzes and bandages in Latin America. Source: Global Trade Atlas/ KPMG.
Agrifood 27 Mexico is the leading exporter of Avocado. Mango. Guava. Papaya. Processed peppers. Sweetened, powdered cocoa. Fresh tomato. Beer. And the second exporter of Watermelon. Limes. Raspberry, blackberry and mulberry. According to KPMG, processed food costs in Mexico are 15% lower than in the United States.
ProMéxico’s strategies 28
What Do We Offer in ProMéxico? 29 ProMéxico Boosts activities aimed to present an overview of international business and trade. It also seeks to encourage enterprises and strategic sectors to reach international markets and promote the country's image. Assists clients to reach a specific goal, through training, personal assistance or consulting. Brings companies together and link them to private or public organizations and academia, among others, with specific goals that are usually project-related. Simplifies the execution or increases the appeal of a project, whether for export, FDI or internationalization, through incentives, studies or by opening markets. Development of programs and projects DCC/ ACT Model/ Softlanding/ Aftercare/ Roadmaps/ Clusters articulation/ MOMA/ PROCEI
The ACT Model: global value added 30 National supplier Multinational company National supplier Multinational company Foreign supplier Exports FDI EXPORTS FDI ATTRACTIONLINKAGE 1 2 3
31 Thank You for Your attention! Fernanda Alvarez Deputy Trade and Investment Commissioner ProMéxico Germany www.promexico.gob.mx firstname.lastname@example.org
Source: ProMéxico with Infomation from http://reformas.gob.mx 32 Current reform projects Energy TelecommunicationsEconomic Competition Financial TaxPolitical- Electoral Education LaborCriminal Procedure Appeal Law Transparency
Energy Reform The efficient use of our natural resources will make it possible to harness the potential of the energy sector to generate greater well-being for the population. Energy Reform is designed to attract investment and modernize the energy sector in order to achieve the following: Support for the family economy. Social development. Caring for the environment and ensuring worker protection and the well-being of the population. Increased transparency in the energy sector, to provide Mexicans with detailed information. The competitiveness of the country. Increasing the availability of lower-cost energy inputs produced in the country. Energy exports will be strengthened while our growing dependence on imported energy will be reduced. The country will transition toward a dynamic energy modelbased on the principles of competition, openness, transparency, sustainability and long-term fiscal responsibility. 33 This will be achieved through the increased production of cleaner, cheaper energy, increased oil revenues, the creation of well-paid jobs and environmental protection.