PEST analysis for Mexico

  • ID: 3301162
  • Country Profile
  • Region: Mexico
  • 8 pages
  • The Polish Institute of Research and Development
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Mexico is one of the biggest economies of Latin America. Mexico’s economic policy is rather liberal. Activities of drug cartels and militant groups is still a serious problems though. A threat to doing business in Mexico is the presence of thriving organized crime. It is worth emphasising that on the Mexican market the United States of America are an unchallenged leader.

This report offers comprehensive PEST analysis of countries. “PEST” stands for political (P), economic (E), social (S) and technological (T) factors.

PEST analysis provides important information on conditions of running a business in a specific country or region. It refers to political stability, corruption; it presents macroeconomic data and perspectives for the economy, as well as key information about demography, conflicts and business culture. Being aware of such information could be helpful in evaluating investment risk in a particular country. In case of filing a patent application the PEST analysis provides information about IP protection law, R&D expenses and technology potential as well.
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The analysis contains information in terms of 6 general criteria:

1. Politics and society (political stability, demography)
2. Business and culture (how culture translates in business)
3. Armed forces (potential of the army, participation in missions)
4. Armaments (arms industry, transactions)
5. Economy (e.g. economic indicators, taxes)
6. Technological potential (R&D expenditures, IP protection)
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