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U.S. Mexico Corridor

U.S. Mexico Corridor

With proper planning, navigating the road to Mexico can be a rewarding venture. Having a clear market entry strategy and understanding the best options to enter the Mexican market is the first key step. Once entry is determined, organizations need to develop a financing strategy and align themselves with partners who are adept at securing financing in the Mexican market and, in parallel, legal and tax structures should be reviewed with experts familiar with the local market laws and systems. Finally, before commencing operations in Mexico, firms need to create an operational implementation plan that establishes the new policies, processes, talent, and technology required to begin operations.

KPMG’s International Corridors network of local and in-country professionals collaborates with organizations serving companies that are investing and doing business in the region to provide our clients insights and assistance in gaining local knowledge and developing success strategies.

Navigating the Road to Mexico

In 2014, Mexico was the seventh largest vehicle producer worldwide and served as an export platform for many of the world’s major original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Mexico has been gaining momentum in recent years.

 
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Americas Real SnapShot

Insights on the ever-changing markets and opportunities across the Americas region.

 
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Trump and VAT: NAFTA, Trade Barriers, and Retaliatory Tariffs

U.S. companies that import goods in VAT countries are being charged with import VAT.

 
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Economic Package 2017

It is estimated that the economic growth in 2017 will be between 2% and 3%, using for budgetary purposes a rate of 2.5%, with an annual inflation rate of 3%.

 
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What’s News in Tax

The North American Free Trade Agreement

 
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Opportunities in the Mexican Electricity Sector

Before the Energy Reform, Mexico had a traditional industry model where a vertically integrated State agency, the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE), was responsible for developing all activities of the power industrial chain, from energy generation to delivery to end users.

 
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