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Mexico would face challenges on several fronts in the face of a massive arrival of production from Asia through Nearshoring. The most relevant challenge would be faced by the National Energy System, which would experience a growing and accelerated demand for energy by electricity-intensive industries.

Economic growth in 2023 will be modest and driven by services. A drop in the secondary sector (mainly via Manufacturing) is anticipated due to the general slowdown of the economy. Industrial and tourist entities recover first.

The Covid-19 shock may cause changes in the economic trends and their impact on the productive sectors. Therefore, the main global trends that will determine growth until 2025 are chosen and scenarios are created for them. Then, using a SUR mod…

The dynamics of nominal GDP (in USD) from oil mining are closely related to the oil revenues of the federal government. In Mexico, as a price-taker in the international market, such dynamics are determined by the evolution of oil prices, the vo…

The world is still in a mobility restrictive mode, so it may not reach the previous levels until the arrival of treatment. Hence, a selection of strategic sectors to promote recovery and increase spending and job creation, based on three pillar…

In the last week, consumption, especially of services, had an additional impulse by a opening of sectors in some cities. At the regional level, Bogotá and Medellín have shown a good performance since the beginning of the opening plans, but cities with more tourism, such as Cartagena, continue to be the most affected.

An unprecedented monthly fall in employment of 7% or 1.6 million people was observed in March. The sectors that contributed the most to the fall in employment were retail and entertainment-related activities. Most of the jobs lost were of employees in private companies

In a context of economic recession and health crisis, the impact on the labor market is widespread, however, it has a greater impact on the most vulnerable workers with low-income levels and excluded from social security.

This study attempts to illustrate the paradigm shift brought about by the digital transformation. It examines factors that could affect the growth of firms in three domains: productivity, employment and geographical dispersion.