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    Interviews & Viewpoints

    Each year OBG conducts thousands of interviews with heads of state, public officials and industry experts. This forms an integral part of what we do, allowing us to provide timely and comprehensive market insight. Every OBG Report contains a selection of these interviews and viewpoints, so our readers can learn about the countries we cover from those who know them best.

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What are the main structural strengths of the brewery industry in Mexico?

 

In what ways has digitalisation changed the way distribution networks operate in the retail sector?

Mexico has become the 12th-largest industrial nation in the world, with, in particular, a highly innovative automotive sector. According to estimates, Mexico will produce some 4m cars in 2018, making it the seventh-largest automobile manufacturer in the world, and that production is set to rise. Let me extend my sincere congratulations to you, [President Enrique Peña Nieto],...

Interviews & Viewpoints | Liam Fox : Viewpoint from The Report: Mexico 2018

 

Latin America is a dynamic and exciting region. The distance from Mexico in the north to Argentina in the south equates to that between London and Singapore, which means that the region holds many opportunities for countries like the UK. Fast-growing populations and an ever-increasing middle class encourage a market for quality goods and...

 

The macroeconomic uncertainty facing Mexico in 2018 creates challenges for the country’s labour market. With both external and internal challenges, it is more important than ever for the country to pass legislation to help its labour market grow and mature so that it can provide a wider variety of jobs with respectable salaries. Since the...

 

During 2017 the economy experienced moderate growth, mainly due to dynamic consumer activity. Despite the fact that GDP is forecast to grow at a rate of 2.3% in 2018, up from 1.5% the previous year, Mexico is set to face some economic challenges in 2018. Trade negotiations between the US and Canada, as well as the federal elections in July...