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How to Form a Company in Mexico?
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Mexico’s recent commercial success can be attributed to a variety of factors which include 12 free trade agreements with 45 countries, a large, skilled labour market, consistent economic growth, government policies that encourage foreign participation These factors have encouraged an influx of foreign investment over the past decade; notably the formation of companies by foreigners.
Due to successive governments who have strongly encouraged foreign participation in Mexico, the company formation process is quite straightforward. For this reason, along with others, Mexico is one of the most attractive countries for foreigners to do business in, through the formation of a company.
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