In recent years Mexico occupied the number one position in the list of strong markets in Latin America as more than 70 indicators that measure the strength of the fundamentals of the economy in 56 emerging markets worldwide, according to the bank Merrill Lynch investment (El Financiero, 2015).
Mexico City is one of the largest urban areas around the world, both by population as by territorial extension and is undoubtedly one of the most vibrant not only in the region but in the whole world cities. Most multinational corporate offices in the city and the incorporation of a modern citadel of business, such as Santa Fe, west of the city, has meant a boost to growth.
Recently, the city of Mexico facilitated its procedures for opening businesses and registration marks, and finding up to date in technology, has launched an ambitious program to capture more than 60% of Foreign Direct Investment in the country in next years. Similarly, the Canieti, together with its affiliates, will provide the city an investment of 300 million dollars over the next three years.
However, the, long awaited and finally achieved, structural reforms can mean several additional percentage points to GDP in the medium term.
Today more than ever Mexico City is developing specific initiatives to attract more investment to the country. The truth is that the Mexican economy has behaved positively in recent years, according to World Bank Mexico is the second largest economy in Latin America and one of the most important emerging economies worldwide.
• It is the world's second-largest city
• It is the city with more museums in Latin America
• It has the largest university in the world
• It has one of the most efficient transport systems on the continent
• It offers the only royal castle known as Castle of Chapultepec in Latin America
• Chapultepec Park is two times the size of Central Park