Poland considers Mexico a priority country for doing businessBy Elliot Bullman
President of Poland visits Mexico to promote bilateral trade
Poland considers Mexico as one of the priority countries to do business outside the European Union, which is why the country's president, Andrzej Duda, toured Mexico last week.
One of the concrete actions to strengthen trade relations was the Mexico-Poland Economic Forum. The European country has had one of the highest GDP growths in the entire European Union, is a stable place to invest, has a young and skilled labour force, and has generated rapid infrastructural growth in its domestic market.
Mexico has become increasingly important for Poland and is currently its third biggest trade partner in Latin America. Commerce is prominent in sectors including automotive, cosmetics and medical equipment.
Bancomext and Polish authorities prepared a list of business opportunities, among which include boosting sectors such as beverages, metalworking, electrical, electronic, and airspace connectivity as will happen soon with the opening of a Warsaw-Cancun flight.
Poland's Economy Secretary Jerzy Kwiecinski commented that his country is very optimistic, as it aims to diversify and believes that Mexico will become its gateway to Latin America.
Given the importance of Mexico for Poland, the Polish Promotion Agency will be opened soon in Mexico City, whose purpose will be to assist interested Mexicans to do business with Poland.
- Corruption and impunity, the biggest challenge for 2018
- CDMX toughens rules for transport apps; goodbye to Uberpool
- At least 217 dead after powerful earthquake hits central Mexico
- The surprising change of mood in 2017
- Hurricane 'Irma' will cause more cruise demand for Mexico
- Merida, Yucatan fast becoming an industrial powerhouse
- Manpower predicts biggest recruitment surge in Mexico for 20 years
- 676,241 formal jobs are created between January and August 2017
- Apple suffers 'major iPhone X leak'
- Government signs agreement with Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba
- Who foots the bill for Mother Nature's Destructive Fury?
- Shell opens first Mexico gas station, eyes up to $1 billion investment