Melbourne is the largest city in the state of Victoria and was the Australian capital between 1901 and 1927, when that distinction was transferred to the planned city of Canberra.
Chosen in 2011 as the world's most livable city for its quality of life and low poverty rate, it was also selected as a favorite among tourists for places to visit.
It is the country's second most populous city, after Sydney, with around 3.8 million inhabitants in its metropolitan area. It is located near the estuary of the Yarra River on the north and east shores of Port Phillip Bay.
The name Melbourne also describes an urban agglomeration area. The historical center, the City of Melbourne, has only 71,380 inhabitants (data from 2006).
Nowadays, the city is an important business, industrial, and cultural center. The city has been recognized as the sports and cultural capital of Australia and is the site of the most significant sporting events and institutions in the country.
It was also named a gamma city by the University of Loughborough in 1999. Melbourne is remarkable for its mixture of Victorian and contemporary architecture, its extensive tram network, Victorian parks and gardens, and diverse, multicultural society.
Several internationally renowned events have taken place in Melbourne, including the 1956 Olympic Games and the 2006 Commonwealth Games. It was also the site of the Meeting of Heads of Government of the Commonwealth in 1981 and the G-20 Summit in 2006.
Food (agricultural and processed): Export of tequila, mezcal, coffee, sauces, and condiments; attraction of investment in the processed food sector; attraction of investment for companies (stimulate the Mexican industry, supporting the availability of kiwi year round in Mexico).
Medical devices: Export of medical supplies, masks, drug tests, connectors, and catheters.
Electrical/Electronics: Export of electronic switching and routing products.
Renewable energies: Attraction of investment for companies.
Pharmaceutical: Export of generic medicines.
Infrastructure / Construction: Export of faucet articles and tool; export of hollow tubes and structures.
Mining: Attraction of investment for companies.
Others: Export of crafts such as Talavera pottery, paraphernalia with national motifs.
Mature sectors of investment
Mature sectors of trade
Rodolfo Esaú Garza de Vega
Address: 14th Perth Ave., Yarralumba, Melbourne, ACT: 2600, Australia