President Enrique Peña Nieto announced in 2015 the creation of Special Economic Zones in Mexico, which would be located at the South-Pacific coast with the purpose to take advantage of Mexico's geographic competitive advantage.

The Mexican Special Economic Zones regime will provide tax benefits, customs and business facilitation measures, and possibly financial support to investors. Moreover, the federal government, in coordination with State and local authorities, will also implement parallel policies in the region, such as education, security, health and infrastructure, in order to boost the competitiveness of the geographic location as well as to attract investment.

VTZ has developed a report on Special Economic Zones with the aim to assist potential investors so that they can have a genera idea of the applicable legal framework.

What will you find:

  1. General Legal Framework of the Special Economic Zones
  2. The Procedure of Creating a SEZ
  3. Governance of a SEZ
  4. Incentives and Business Friendly Measures
  5. Who can and how to invest in a SEZ

For a more detailed analysis or additional information, do not hesitate to contact Mr. Emilio Arteaga ( ) or any other VTZ member.

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