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Country Guide: Mexico

Mexico

For more resources on international business practices, visit the International Business Resources or Country Guides Information.

  • Encyclopedia of Mexico:  history, society & culture   F1210.E63 1997
  • Development and equity in Mexico:  an annotated bibliography   Z7165.M45D48
  • Business operations in Mexico  Reference Table 6 KF6289.A1T35 #972
    Heavy accounting and tax focus.
  • The Mexico handbook : economic and demographic maps and statistics   Reference Table 5B  G1545.P5 1994
  • Doing business in Mexico     HF3238.U5E54 1997 
  • Doing business in Mexico  Media Kit - Lower Level North     HF3066.D65 1994 
  • Business in Mexico:  managerial behavior, protocol, and etiquette  HF5389.M38 1994
  • Business Mexico:  a practical guide to understanding Mexican business culture   HF5389.K457 1994
  • OECD economic surveys:  Mexico  HC131.O32
  • Mexico, a country study   Government Documents
    D 101.22: 550_79/
  • Mexico business: the portable encyclopedia for doing business with Mexico  HC135.M54534 1999 
  • Overseas Business Reports:  Marketing in Mexico
    C61.12:90-09 (government documents)
  • A hunger for pesos, a yen for dollars [videorecording] : a case study in international marketing
    "Two United States fast food competitors are making plans to expand their businesses into Mexico and Japan. This program looks at the changes in marketing techniques that are necessary to go international."
  • Background Notes
    Provides information on geographic entities and international organizations. Information includes basic country profile, people and history, government and political conditions, economy, defense, foreign relations, and travel and business information.   From the U.S. Dept. of State.
  • Financial Times Country Survey:  Mexico
  • Internet Public Library:  Mexican Newspapers
  • Library of Congress Country Study
    The country studies page describes and analyzes political, economic, social, and national security systems and institutions of foreign countries. These  focus on historical setting, society and its environment, education and culture, economic policy and structure, government and politics and national security.  Scroll down to the bottom of the main page to browse the table of contents by country.  
  • Country Commercial Guide
    From the U.S. Dept. of State.  Detailed overview of doing business in another country, including economic trends & outlook, political environment, marketing U.S. products & services, leading export sectors, trade regulations & standards, investment climate, trade financing, business travel, trade statistics, and contact information.  (Access current CCGs via tradeport.org or NTDB.)
  • Bank of Mexico
  • Mexico Stock Exchange
  • Current Exchange Rate (Yahoo Finance)
  • U.S.-Mexico Chamber of Commerce
  • World Factbook
    Gives a good general background of the country, including information on communications, defense, the economy, flags, maps, geography, the people, government, military, and transportation. 
  • Taxes in Mexico
  • Mexico Connect Business
  • Governments on the WWW:  Mexico
  • Tijuana- Basic Information 
    From SDSU's Institute for Regional Studies of the Californias.  Detailed information on Tijuana, including basic demographics, transportation, the economy, telecommunications, water, employment, personal income, environmental issues, health services, education, urban development, and housing.

 

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Updated March 10, 2009 . Please send comments to Shaun Adamson
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