- Mexico depends a lot on foreign trade, which represents more than 70% of GDP (2015). He has signed twelve free trade agreements that include around forty countries in the world.
- Mexico participates actively in multilateral and regional bodies and forums such as the World Trade Organization (WTO), the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Mechanism (APEC), the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and LAIA.
- More and more global companies are evaluating the advantages offered by Mexico for the installation of its operations such as: a cost structure less than that of developed countries; highly skilled labor; a privileged geographical position with more than three thousand kilometers of border with the most important market on the planet.
- Mexico is a great recipient of foreign direct investment, at the same time it is an ideal place for companies whose main axis is the commercial exchange, can be installed and operate internationally.
- Mexico has worked in the last decades to strengthen its foreign trade. Today, it is one of the largest exporters of agricultural products.
- The Mexican territory has a great infrastructure that allows optimizing processes and customs clearance times, as well as reducing operating costs.
- In terms of foreign trade Mexico has a historic opportunity ahead: "The end or renegotiation of NAFTA will mark the beginning of a new era."