Doing Business in Mexico


Expats doing business in Mexico will find this North American country a friendly, hospitable place to further a career. Nonetheless, expats are advised to familiarise themselves with the nation's business culture and corporate etiquette.

Mexico is a country whose rich culture permeates all aspects of life, especially in business. Expats wanting to do business in Mexico should consider the cultural nuances of the country’s business climate, otherwise they are at risk of being caught off guard, offending or even missing out on various business opportunities. 
 
Mexico is ranked 53rd (out of 189 countries) in the World Bank Ease of Doing Business rankings for 2014 – performing well in the criteria for dealing with construction permits (40th) and resolving insolvency (26th).

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