Microio was invited to participate in the “Mexico Workshop”, promoted by the Chamber of Commerce, in Lisbon.
During the Workshop Mexico, Fernando Almeida, Director General of Microio, will share some of the company’s successful experiences in the Mexican market, including the creation of strategic partnerships in the country, the dissemination and implementation of the Unicard School solution.
“With an increase in private consumption, the Mexican economy is proving to have enormous industrial and commercial potential. The private sector continues to grow rapidly, with many business opportunities emerging, particularly in the Construction, Decoration, Information, Textile, Energy, Finance, R & D and Tourism. “
Mexico has received increased attention from international investors, given its status as a major producer of oil, natural gas and several strategic minerals, as well as being a major service provider and a major international tourist destination.
Mexico is currently the 15th world economy, as a result of the implementation of macroeconomic stabilization policies adopted since the late 1980s, structural reforms and trade liberalization. It is one of the largest economies in Latin America, as well as being the main recipient country of foreign investment flows in the region. More than 90% of Mexican trade is under free trade agreements with more than 40 countries, including those in the European Union.
With an increase in private consumption, the Mexican economy is proving to have enormous industrial and commercial potential. The private sector continues to grow rapidly, resulting in numerous business opportunities, particularly in the sectors of Construction, Decoration, Information Technology, Textiles, Energy, Finance, R&D and Tourism.
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