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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. Utilizing the top intelligence platforms – print, digital and iPad – 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 200 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:

The Mexican automotive industry has experienced such unprecedented growth, with record production and export figures, that it attracted a total investment of US$34.653 billion between 2000 and 2014.

The auto parts sector is expected to grow by 35% by 2020, which currently accounts for 11.8% of the total manufacturing exports in Mexico. The country’s attractiveness as an auto part manufacturing location offers a 13% cost advantage over the US, and it exports more than 2.6 million units of Mexican vehicles, meaning that production in Mexico is geographically convenient and cost effective. Nevertheless, as exports to the US market remain high, Canada, Brazil, and Colombia are increasing the balance of trade in Mexico's favor. Export volumes to Canada alone have grown by more than 27%.

Mexico is destined to strengthen its position in the global automotive supply chain based on its competitiveness as a manufacturing platform, preferential access to 44 markets across three continents, a highly skilled workforce, experienced and skilled auto parts suppliers, and a stable economic and political environment. Driven by both increasing domestic demand and export volume, the Mexican light vehicle industry is expected to grow by nearly 70% by 2020.

 

Mexico Automotive Review is the industry’s preferred information platform!

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