Mexico, strategic partner for Great Britain and the E.U.

The unified market is “the great backbone” of the European Union and the Free Trade: in the case of Great Britain, who stepped out of the continental agreement, Mexico “is a strategic ally and a very important potential commercial partner”, which makes way for greater commercial exchange, new investment inflow, cultural agreements and other support programs and mutual benefits. Regarding FDI, Germany occupies the first place among European nations with a strong presence in Mexico, followed by Great Britain, with capital diversified among the manufacturing industry, the financial sector and services.