EMIS Insights, our proprietary research arm, provides comprehensive industry reports for Mexico. Our network of locally based industry experts supplies analysis exclusive to EMIS customers.
Each report contains in-depth analysis of the sector’s importance for the Mexico’s economy, detailed statistics and infographics. The report’s contents include executive summary, sector and subsector overviews, competitive and regulatory environment, as well as thorough company profiles of the top market players.
Mexico is the second largest economy in Latin America in terms of nominal GDP, and thereby a key consumer market in the region, with a population of over 123.4mn people as of December 2017. Over the period 2012-2017, the retail trade sector performed ...View more details
Mexico remains a regional leader in electricity generation. The positive results of the energy reform continue, on its way to Mexico’s energy independence and integration of clean energy sources. The wholesale market keeps attracting investment ...View more details
Mexico’s construction sector had a lacklustre performance over the period 2012-2017, with its GVA rising at a CAGR of 0.9%. Among the main impediments to the sector’s growth was a change of government policy on housing development in 2013 ...View more details
Although the global pharma & healthcare sector is dominated by large multinational companies, mainly from the developed countries, Latin America has been quickly catching up in building a domestic pharmaceutical production base and expanding the ...View more details
With a share of 19.9% of global proven oil reserves and 4.4% of those of natural gas as of the end of 2017, the Latin America and the Caribbean region is among the prominent players in the hydrocarbon industry. The region is also likely to hold ...View more details
Mexico is the second-largest pharmaceutical market in Latin America, behind only Brazil, with a large and growing population, multiple but underfunded state-run health insurance schemes, and a small but rapidly developing private health insurance ...View more details
Between 2006 and 2016, Mexico, a traditional oil-exporting country, saw its oil output contract at a CAGR of 4%, underperforming the top ten largest crude producers in the world. In 2017, Mexico’s production dropped a further 9.5%, leaving the ...View more details
Latin America is well integrated in the global automotive supply chain, being an important manufacturing and export hub for motor vehicles – the legacy of active government policies for the development of domestic production and comprehensive ...View more details
Agriculture is one of the key economic sectors of Mexico, accounting for 3.4% of the country’s GDP, 13.4% of formal employment and 4.6% of national exports in 2017. Moreover, the sector was one of the main driving forces of the economy in 2017, ...View more details
In 2017, Mexico was the world’s seventh-largest vehicle manufacturer, with an output of 3.93mn units. Between 2011 and 2017, the domestic vehicle production surged by a cumulative 46%, propelled by two factors: the increasing exports ...View more details