Under the context of increased reshoring in the United States (American manufacturing industry’s return to its original country) Mexico has found a big window of opportunity to strengthen its integration to the industrial Global Value Chains (GVCs). In 2013 the Mexican Congress conducted a successful law-reform agenda that improves Mexico’s competitiveness to take advantage of such integration. Macroeconomic stability is reflected in a stable exchange rate and growing international investments. Exports reached over US$400 billion in 2013, and most of them are manufactured products.
Source : Cushman & Wakefield