Mexican FDI intake doubles

Mexican FDI intake doubles

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Foreign direct investment into Mexico more than doubled to $38bn last year, from $18bn in 2012, the United Nations said in its 2014 World Investment Report on Tuesday. The report says the increase was largely due to the $18bn acquisition of the remaining shares in Grupo Modelo by Belgian brewer AB InBev, and, to a lesser degree, to investments in its automobile sector. “Mexico has successfully leveraged its strategic proximity to the United States market and its trade agreements with more than 4

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