On Mexico Issue 71

Luis Videgaray:

“At the end of this government Mexico has the opportunity to structurally elevate its growth rate, which should be at around 5.0% per year. This is double the average growth that we’ve seen in recent years.”
Luis Videgaray, Minister of the Treasury 

Ildefonso Guajardo:

“We have an agenda that facilitates commerce and is basic to efficiently integrate value chains and make productive lines more effective. Mexico has settled into updating the free trade agreement with the European Union and the Spanish parliament. These are leaders who will really push the modernization agenda.”
Ildefonso Guajardo, Minister of Economy 

Guillermo Ruiz de Teresa:

“It is important that we make a commitment to the private sector in order to make more and better Mexican products. But it is most important that we have the right laws to go along with the needs and goals of industry in Mexico.”
Guillermo Ruiz de Teresa, Coordinator of the Ministry of Communications and Transportation 

Enrique Peña Nieto:

“Mexico is interested in spreading this positive outlook for investments, which has been to strengthen things with 10 free trade agreements linking us to a potential market for more than a thousand million people in 45 countries.”
Enrique Peña Nieto, President of Mexico 

Sergio Ley:

“It is estimated that 20% of the companies that were relocated abroad from Mexico, have now returned to our country.”
Sergio Ley, President of the Mexican Business Council for Foreign Trade, Investment and Technology 

 

Antonio del Valle Perochena:

“We are very positive on the future of the country´s economy. If it wasn’t this way we would not be investing time and money in what we are doing with this institution… we invest to be prepared and then take full advantage.”
Antonio del Valle Perochena, President of Kaluz Corporation Group 

Blanca Treviño:

“The exportation services for the Information Technologies Industry in Mexico demands a different impulse. We need to work more with our universities in the private and public sectors. This new industry is ruled by different parameters than what has been the norm for the manufacturing industry.”
Blanca Treviño, President, Softtek Corporation 

Alexis Arthur:

“The optimism and hope for the future of the new energy reform in Mexico became obvious through the debates. As it was intended the interest was to continue the successful progress in the production of gas and oil in the U.S.”
Alexis Arthur, Analyst for the Institute of the Americas 

Donald Trump:

“Mexico is doing very well, phenomenally well. Mexico is going to be the new China in terms of the manufacture of goods. Look out for what’s going on in Mexico.”
Donald Trump, International Real Estate Magnate 

 

Alessandro Busacca:

“I think that the Mexican government is carrying out an important effort in promoting a well-rounded performance that will make the Mexican economy grow even more.”
Alessandro Busacca, Italy Ambassador to Mexico 

 

Erik Markeset:

“The entire aerospace cluster in Queretaro is impressive. Bombardier has set-up operations there. If you have not been there, I recommend it. To see the industry taking place there, the quality of the people and the number of engineers graduating in Mexico is really outstanding.”
Erik Markeset, President of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals in Mexico 

Ignacio Sánchez-Galán:

“The deep process of change in the Mexican economy that is making Peña Nieto’s administration move forward is the important step ahead with energy reform. This constitutes a historic opportunity that will allow Mexico to take full advantage of its enormous growth potential.”
Ignacio Sánchez-Galán, President of Iberdrola