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Verisk Maplecroft Country Risk Report Mexico Q4 2015

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Report summary

Low labour costs openness to trade and a focus on value added manufacturing support a broadly favourable investment outlook for Mexico. In addition reforms introduced by President Enrique Pena Nieto in the fields of tax telecoms education and energy are now being implemented. In terms of political risk low levels of support for the president are likely to fuel continued protests and social unrest across the country. Foreign investors continue to face elevated security risks.

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    Verisk Maplecroft Country Risk Report Mexico 2015Q4.pdf

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Table of contents

    • Key facts
    • Overview
    • Governance
    • Politics
    • International relations
    • Overview
    • Regulatory framework
    • Taxation
    • Corruption
    • Infrastructure
    • Overview
    • Growth outlook
    • Monetary and fiscal policy
    • Trade and foreign investment
    • Socioeconomic development
    • Overview
    • Conflict, terrorism and political violence
    • Civil disorder
    • Crime
    • Overview
    • Civil rights and access to remedy
    • Labour rights and protection
    • Social and community impacts
    • Overview
    • Environmental governance
    • Natural resources
    • Natural hazards
    • Climate change

Tables and charts

This report includes 26 images and tables including:

Images

  • Map 1: Administrative areas
  • Figure 1: Rule of Law Index – Country comparison
  • Figure 2: Judicial Independence Index – Country comparison
  • Figure 3: Regime Stability Index – Country comparison
  • Figure 4: Peña Nieto’s approval ratings
  • Table 1: Mexico’s key trade agreements
  • Figure 5: Business Environment Index – Country comparison
  • Figure 6: Corruption Risk Index – Country comparison
  • Map 2: Infrastructure
  • Figure 7: Macroeconomic Environment Index – Country comparison
  • Figure 8: GDP growth by sector
  • Figure 9: Fiscal Environment Index – Country comparison
  • Figure 10: Exchange rate versus US dollar
  • Figure 11: Poverty and Human Development Index – Country comparison
  • Figure 12: Political Violence Index – Country comparison
  • Figure 13: Illicit Economy Index – Country comparison
  • Figure 14: Human Security Risk Index – Country comparison
  • Map 3: Homicide and kidnapping per state, 2014
  • Figure 15: Civil and Political Rights Index – Country comparison
  • Figure 16: Labour Rights and Protection Index – Country comparison
  • Table 3: Main labour unions in Mexico
  • Map 4: Indigenous people
  • Map 5: Population density
  • Map 6: Land cover, biodiversity and protected areas
  • Table 4: Natural hazards risk scorecard
  • Map 7: Water stress

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