Competitiveness

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One of the most important objectives of the Technical Secretariat of Competitiveness is to achieve a favorable business environment which gives consumers access to goods and services under conditions of greater equality. It also seeks the attraction and retention of foreign investment which helps  generate a positive effect on employment and growth.

Among other goals, the Technical Secretariat of Competitiveness works to protect national production in terms of international trade. It also applies mexican regulation in order to assure the internal market competitiveness.


 


 
OCDE
OCDE - SE Collaboration

An initiative for the Strengthening of Competition and Regulatory Improvement in Mexico


The aim is to drive competitiveness in Mexico, to improve the business environment through facilitating the opening, functioning and growth of businesses.

 

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Regulatory Cooperation        
Mexico-United States

High-Level Regulatory Cooperation Council between Mexico and the United States.

The aim is to facilitate compliance with regulations and reduce transaction costs to further trade and investment between both countries.


 
Doing Bussiness 2012

Doing Business 2012

Mexico improves its position in the World Bank's Doing Business 2012.


For six years running Mexico has improved its business environment, according to the Doing Business 2012 report from the World Bank.

 

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World Economic Forum

Mexico climbs eight places in WEF's Global Competitiveness Index.



The World Economic Forum today published its Annual Global Competitiveness Report 2011-2012, in which it establishes that Mexico climbed eight places, from 66 to 58, in the overall Global Competitiveness Index.