Mexico, a country of business and young people


Hi everyone!

This is Augusto Corallo from TCF Mexico. On international trade, Mexico has been focused on diversifying its markets, for its products and services, trough the signing of many trade agreements with European, Asian and American economies. In this way, the country positions itself as an entrance door to a market that represents around 60% of world’s GDP, with over a billion of potential consumers.

Currently the population in working age represents 64% of the total population. It is estimated that during the next two decades Mexico’s population in working age will be of more than 80 million people and will continue to represent more than 60% of the population.

Mexico has signed Free Trade Agreements (FTA) and an Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), gaining preferential access to the markets of 46 countries that include the largest economies of the world, such as the United States, Canada, the 28 members of the European Union and Japan. Mexico also has 6 Economic Complementation Agreements (ECA), as well as 2 Partial Scope Agreements.