PESTLE Insights: Mexico – Macroeconomic Outlook Report
- Pages: 41
- Published: October 2019
- Report Code: MLER0010MEO
The mining, manufacturing and utilities sector contributed 24.8% to the gross value added (GVA) in 2018, followed by wholesale, retail and hotels, and financial intermediation, real estate and business activities which contributed 22.3% and 20.5%, respectively. According to MarketLine, the three sectors are expected to grow by 4.3%, 5.4% and 4.6%, respectively, in 2019
Five major federal entities in Mexico generate approximately 44.6% of the country’s GDP and comprise 38.6% of the country’s population as of 2017, according to the OECD
– According to the Logistics Performance Index by the World Bank, Mexico’s rank improved from 54th in 2016 to 51st in 2018 (out of 160 countries).
– The Mexican government plans to invest US$25bn during 2019-2020 to boost infrastructure, investment and private consumption
– Overall, the S&P/BMV IPC exhibited a downward trend over the last year. As of September 10, 2019, the S&P/BMV IPC stood at 42,588.1, compared to 48,848.7 on September 10, 2018.
Reasons to buy
- Macroeconomic Outlook Report identifies the potentials of the country as an investment destination by analyzing the political, economic, social, technological, legal and environmental (PESTLE) structure.
- PESTLE Insights provides 360 degree view of the economy which can be used as a strategic tool to understand the market dynamics, business potentials and direction of operations
- Along with providing the country’s snapshot, the report captures the risk factors pertaining to the macroeconomic risks, political environment, legal environment, demographic and social structure effectiveness, technology & infrastructure and natural and geographic aspects that might impact business.
- This report also highlights key clusters/cities which contribute significantly to the country GDP and population along with major companies’ presence in these areas.
Table of Contents
List of Exhibits
Did You Know?
List of Figures
List of Figures
Exhibit 1: Mexico’s Performance in terms of the Country Risk Analysis in Comparison to Latin America and the World
Exhibit 2: Performance Overview (Score: 1-100)
Exhibit 3: Broad Categories and Weights Behind the Index
Exhibit 4: Mexican Stock Index – S&P/BMV IPC
Exhibit 5: Key Sectors’ Contribution to the Economy (2014-2021f)
Exhibit 6: Net FDI Inflow (2012-2018) and FDI Inflow by Industry (2016-2017)
Exhibit 7: FDI by Country and Region (2016-2017)
Exhibit 8: Key Infrastructure Indicators
Exhibit 9: Real GDP and Household Consumption Growth Rate (2014-2021f)
Exhibit 10: Real GDP Growth Rate Comparison (2018)
Exhibit 11: Export, Import and Trade Balance (2014-2021f)
Exhibit 12: Current Account Balance (2014-2021f)
Exhibit 13: Top Three Commodity Exports, % of Total Exports (2015-2018)
Exhibit 14: Vehicles, % Share in World’s Total (2018)
Exhibit 15: Interest Rates (September 2012 – September 2019)
Exhibit 16: Exchange Rate (2014-2021f)
Exhibit 17: Public Finance (2014-2021f)
Exhibit 18: General Government Debt (2014-2021f)
Exhibit 19: Employment/Unemployment (2014-2021f)
Exhibit 20: Average Annual Wages (2014-2021f)
Exhibit 21: Labor Cost Index (2014-2021f)
Exhibit 22: Rural/Urban Share of Total Population (1990, 2000, 2010, 2020f)
Exhibit 23: Age-group Share of Total Population (1990, 2000, 2010, 2020f)
Exhibit 24: Gender Split (2000, 2010, 2020f)
Exhibit 25: Internet Users % of Total Population, Mobile Penetration Rate and Broadband Penetration Rate (2018e)
Exhibit 26: Number of Patents Granted Per Million Population (2018)
Exhibit 27: High-technology Exports (% of Manufactured Exports) (2018)
Exhibit 28: Doing Business in Mexico 2019
Exhibit 29: Corruption Perceptions Index (Rankings) (2018)
Exhibit 30: CO2 Emissions (2012-2017)