“Mexico and Poland: a promising partnership” – CIR’s analysis
Recent years have proven that Mexico has a stable and growing economy and is becoming increasingly open to international trade and FDI from places other than NAFTA. A closer relation with Poland is both desired and viable but issues such as an ocean-wide distance, a language barrier and the individual dynamics of both markets supplement the list of obstacles that complicate the great potential of a solid partnership – writes Ernesto Malda Arozarena, charge d’affaires at the Mexico Embassy in Poland, in CIR’s analysis “Mexico and Poland: a promising partnership”.
This comparative analysis shows the complementarity of both economies. The apparent complexities of this potential partnership can be simplified to the point that increased business cooperation can become a reality – adds Malda Arozarena.
The full analysis is available below: