Mexico ranks 11th place in the world in terms of GDP size (England on the 10th, Italy on the 12th), but despite this, the majority of investors include the Mexican economy to the Third World - for AMarkets materials.
The country is persistently associated with unwanted migration, unrelieved poverty and the drug cartels. Mexico is in the middle of the road to turn from a developing to a developed economy. Go for a long time. However, this does not change the essence. Mexico - currently one of the leading economies in the world. Now we can observe a trend - former immigrants who left once in the United States, are sent back to their homeland. And because Mexico offers more features.
Now the largest automobile and aircraft manufacturing plants operating in Mexico. Last year, Mexico's GDP grew by 2.5%. Forecast for 2016-th - 2-3%. This is almost the same as projected for the US economy. 80% of Mexican exports of goods falls on the United States and it is about 32% of Mexico's GDP.
Mexico is highly dependent on America. Most of the equipment exported to the United States, contains components made in the United States (about 40% of the components are of American origin). And almost all goods and equipment, which are sold by Mexico, go under the label of America, not Mexico. On the one hand, dependent on the state - it's bad. On the other hand - more states are thinking of to move their production from China to Mexico on the background of increasing labor costs in China. The bottom line - Mexico has much chance of success in the future, and that is a very small number of players had to bet on a brighter future of Mexico.