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ProMéxico

ProMéxico

Mexico City

Mexico City
  • Mexico City is the capital and seat of the federal powers of the United Mexican States.
  • It is a federal entity that is not part of any of the 31 Mexican states but belongs to the federation as a whole.
  • Mexico City is the biggest urban nucleus in the country and its main political, academic, economic, financial, business, cultural, and trend center.
  • Classed as a global city, Mexico City is one of the most important financial and cultural centers of America and the world.
  • One of the fastest growing cities in the world, its economy is expected to triple by 2020.
  • The population in the capital is around 8.8 million inhabitants. Together with its urban area (Valle de México metropolitan zone) it has more than 21 million inhabitants, making it the world's third largest urban agglomeration, the biggest on the American continent, and the most populous Spanish-speaking city on Earth.

Regions serving this office:

  • Mexico City

Mature investment sectors

Renewable
Energy
Renewable energy
Building
  Building
Infrastructure
  Infrastructure

 

Information
Technology Information Technology

Mature sectors of trade

Textile and
apparel Textile and apparel
Pharmaceutical
  Pharmaceutical
Mexico City

Opportunities

  • Aerospace: The leading companies established in Mexico have their headquarters in Mexico City.
  • Food (agricultural and processed): Export of organic processed foods and beverages with high added value.
  • Automotive: The head offices of the biggest transnational corporations in the world are in Mexico City.
  • Medical devices: Export of high-technology medical devices.
  • Renewable energies: Attraction of foreign companies seeking to contribute to energy production (renewable) and improvement of the environmental quality of Mexico City (water treatment, solid waste, etc.).
  • Pharmaceuticals: Export of high-quality, high value-added pharmaceuticals (biotechnology).
  • Infrastructure/Construction: Attraction of infrastructure projects to the nation's capital (transport, water infrastructure, high profile building projects, etc.)
  • IT: Development and export of software and digital content used in different industries. Attraction of productive investment and development of strategic partnerships (call centers, BPOs, etc.)
  • Textiles: Export of textile products and international promotion of Mexican fashion and design.
Mexico City

Luis Fernando Aranda Flores

ProMéxico Mexico City
Address: Camino a Santa Teresa No. 1679, Colonia Jardines del PedregalDelegación Álvaro ObregónMexico City, Zip Code:  01900México
Phone: (55) 5447 7000 Ext. 1181, 1183 & 1184

Mexico City