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Mexico Automotive Review is based on a mix of interviews with the key stakeholders shaping the automotive industry from a business, political, and regulatory perspective, and the latest industry figures and analyses. The publication provides a comprehensive overview of the latest industry trends, business strategies, operational challenges, and technological advancements in the Mexican automotive industry. Mexico Automotive Review reaches the key players in the Mexican automotive industry as well as industry executives around the world.

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HOW WE DO IT:

  • Cutting-edge information based on more than 180 interviews with the most influential business leaders in the Mexican automotive industry, the country’s political leaders and key policy makers
  • Dedicated editorial team with experience covering Mexico’s automotive industry and in-depth understanding of global trends, technological advances and international best practices
  • Our uniquely customized readership ensures unprecedented reach among key decision makers in Mexico and around the world

THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY ON THE RISE:

As 2017 heads into the final stretch, Mexico retains its position as the seventh main light-vehicle manufacturer in the world but it has now climbed up the ranks in terms of exports. In 2016, the country moved up one position to become the third-ranked light-vehicle exporter globally, behind Germany and Japan. The automotive industry represents approximately 3 percent of Mexico’s GDP and 18 percent of its manufacturing GDP. Breaking down these numbers, the auto parts sector contributes 1 percent to national GDP and 8 percent to manufacturing activities.

Data for 2016 show Mexico achieved record numbers in terms of production, exports and sales of light vehicles. By the end of the year, production accounted for 3.47 million vehicles, representing a 2 percent increase compared to 2015. Of these, 2.77 million were exported, a rise of 0.3 percent year on year. With the arrival of Kia and Audi, not only did the country move up the international rankings, it also became the main vehicle exporter to the US.

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