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Doing Business in Mexico

Written on November 21, 2006 by Max Oliva in Development

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Interested in doing business in Mexico? If so, perhaps you might find quite useful the following Doing Business in Mexico 2007 report. This report gives federal, state, and local policymakers the ability to measure regulatory performance against other states and countries, learn from global and national best practices, and prioritize reforms.
Aguascalientes has bee the top ranked state for the second straight year. Querétaro, one of the most beautiful states of all (there’s no direct relation with it being my home state), was the lowest ranked overall performer last year. However it has now created a public-private task force dedicated to improving its benchmarks and thus has ended up in a more respectable 7th place.
Take a look at the full report.
The top ten cities within these states for doing business in Mexico are:
1. Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes
2. Guanajuato, Celaya
3. Nuevo León, Monterrey
4. Sonora, Hermosillo
5. Campeche, Campeche
6. Zacatecas, Zacatecas
7. Querétaro, Querétaro
8. Mochoacán, Morelia
9. Sinaloa, Culacán
10. Mexico City

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