FDI in Mexico touched $18 Billion in Q1, despite slowdown induced by Wuhan Coronavirus

In a significant development that underscores a relocation of supply chain to North America, preliminary figures published by Mexio’s Economy Minister stated, during the first half of 2020, Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Mexico touched $17.97 billion.

Although, the figure represents a 0.7% decrease compared with the same period last year, given the Wuhan coronavirus induced slowdown in global economic conditions, the FDI into Mexico is more than expected by analysts.

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