Mexico captures 27,511 million dollars of foreign direct investment in the first semester

Mexico captures 27,511 million dollars of foreign direct investment in the first semester

In the first six months of 2022, there were extraordinary moves, such as the merger of Televisa with Univisión and the restructuring of Aeroméxico. The $27.511 million figure excludes these extraordinary movements, the agency said in a statement.

According to the origin of the investment, 43% came from new investments, 42.2% from reinvestment of profits and the rest was the product of accounts between companies.

The United States (39.9%), Canada (10.3%) and Spain (6.8%) were the three main countries that contributed foreign direct investment; followed by Argentina (5.9%), United Kingdom (3.3%), Germany (2.6%). The remaining 31.2% came from other countries.

The amount of foreign direct investment will be adjusted as the authorities – SE and Banco de México (Banxico) have more information. The reported amounts only consider investments made and formally notified before the National Registry of Foreign Investments of the Ministry of Economy; hence its preliminary nature and the fact that it undergoes updates.

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