Amid an uncertain global economic outlook, Mexico has positioned itself as a strategic centre of production, innovation and consumption in the digital economy. This sustained growth is the result of various factors, including a supportive regulatory framework, increased connectivity, and investment in digital infrastructure and human capital. The consolidation of technological innovation, digital infrastructure, last-mile production and distribution in key states such as Jalisco, Nuevo León, Querétaro and Hidalgo, coupled with regional development policies to reduce urban-rural income gaps, has fostered an ideal climate for investment in the country’s digital ecosystem.
Focus Report: How Mexico’s digital economy benefits from North American regional integration
Mexico | Economy