Comercio Exterior de México, actualidad y desarrollo
Lugo Pontaza, Martha Paola
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A through history, the development of a country is its ability to produce to meet their needs and to obtain yields trade in consumer markets. Mexico is a country immensely rich in natural resources to satisfy their domestic needs first and to compete in international markets. It also has a privileged geographical position to access strategic consumer markets. The foreign trade of our country is concentrated in relation to the United States of America and expected revenues are closely related to the sale of hydrocarbons. However, different aspects have helped create a climate unfavorable to our country which is reflected in its economy. It is necessary to consider new strategies allowing to diversify the markets of consumption and increase the variety of products for export and not rely mostly on a product.