Mexico Economy

Driven by an ongoing process of economic opening since the 1990s, Mexico has come to establish a solid macroeconomic base. Structural changes have allowed the country to improve trade flows and helped to soften the impact of a gradual slowdown in hydrocarbons production and exports. Equally important have been the profound economic reforms initiated after 2013, with a reshaping of strategic sectors such as energy and telecoms. The energy reform alone is expected to bring in $180bn worth of new investment by 2030, as foreign companies expand their hydrocarbons exploration and development efforts. Although destabilisation of trade flows would have a heavy impact in the short term, the overall outlook for the Mexican economy remains strong. This chapter includes an interview with Juan Pablo Castañón Castañón, President, Consejo Coordinador Empresarial.

Cover of The Report: Mexico 2018

The Report

This chapter is from the Mexico 2018 report. Explore other chapters from this report.

Interviews & Viewpoints

Sketch of Juan Pablo Castañón Castañón, President, Consejo Coordinador Empresarial (CCE)
Juan Pablo Castañón Castañón : Interview

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