Mexico: An Overlooked Opportunity?

Recently, I’ve been hearing more and more about Mexico as a viable manufacturing alternative to China.  So I decided to talk with someone who could provide a unique perspective on what’s happening inside the country.

Damien Cave is a correspondent for the New York Times living in Mexico City.  In today’s episode, we talk about Mexico’s recent rebirth and why it’s an attractive option for U.S. merchants looking to outsource their manufacturing.

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Here’s What You’ll Learn

  • Why Mexico is probably worth a second look over China for manufacturing.
  • The unfortunate problems in Mexico that might deter some people.
  • A view inside the growth of manufacturing in Mexico.
  • What has to change in order for Mexico to become a major player in eCommerce.
  • Whether the violence should have an impact on your decision to relocate to Mexico or not.

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