After Stagnation, a Revival for Mexico’s Financial Sector
The international competition is starting to heat up. Governments everywhere are creating a new world of quantitative easing, but there are also countries that are beginning to prosper for other reasons. Mexico, for one, has seized the moment of the European Union’s weakness and is taking advantage of its ability to finance major transactions.
There are government policies in place that put Mexico at the forefront of increased investor activity. While wage inflation hits China, Mexico is there to reap the benefits of a once stagnant economy. The potential benefits of investing in Mexico outweighs the cost of potential risks such as crime and drug cartels.
Mexico has gone as far as creating their own types of investment vehicles to induce investment into their country. With the support of the government and Mexico’s stock market on the rise, there is a lot of reason to be optimistic about Mexico’s future.
I think, naturally, Mexico has benefited from the raised confidence in America. The increased amount of financial services in the U.S. have assisted Mexico in getting a boost to their economy as well. I think, even if the U.S. falters a bit, Mexico will still remain a viable alternative to diversify investments on the international level.