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Mexico Population: 130 million
GDP: US$1.221 trillion (World Bank 2018)
Trade and investment cooperation between Singapore and Mexico has grown in recent years, with bilateral trade in 2018 amounting to S$4.7 billion, making Mexico Singapore's second-largest trading partner in Latin America.
Mexico is the second largest economy in Latin America with a large domestic market consumption. It has a highly efficient manufacturing and distribution centre where many European and Asian companies access to other countries in the Americas.
Both countries are members of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership "CPTPP". On December 30, 2018 the CPTPP entered into force between Singapore and Mexico (and other 4 member countries: Canada, Australia, Japan, New Zealand).
Mexico has a number of FTA in the region that supports the movement of capital in distribution of services and goods, such as member of the NAFTA and Pacific Alliance. Mexico's FTAs allow its manufactures duty free access to 60% of the world economy.
CEO of Locate and Grow Pte Ltd
Chairman Mexico Singapore Business Committee at COMCE
Non Resident Ambassador of Singapore to Mexico at Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Singapore
CEO of PayMentez
Ambassador at EMBASSY OF MEXICO
Director General Liason with Civil Society and Economic Drive of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico
Chairman Asia Pacific Business Section at COMCE
Regional group director - Latin America of Enterprise Singapore
Executive Director of Latin American Chamber of Commerce
General Director of Somex International