Economic Data & Reports
Economic Data & Reports
Mexican Government Resources
- Mexico’s National Institute of Statistics and Geography collects reports on dozens of economic indicators that cover both the economy as a whole, as well as specific sectors. Follow the link to calendar which will link to current reports and show the dates of release for future editions. Most reports can be downloaded in Excel or .pdf format
- Bank of Mexico’s statistics page contains links to a wide variety of pages on Mexico’s monetary policy, financial system, and related reports. An English version is available.
- The Ministry of Economy’s business community page on Foreign Direct Investment offers a number of ways to sort information related to inward investment into Mexico. Explore the links lower on the page to view investment by country of origin, destination state or municipality, by sector, or over time.
- A Public Finance Database is available on Hacienda’s website. English version is available. Database results can be viewed as percentages of GDP or in pesos.
- Stats That Stick is updated biweekly by the American Chamber of Commerce in Mexico. The pages are available in English or Spanish and are useful high-level overviews of key economic data, conveniently formatted to fit on a single page.
- U.S. Census Bureau has a wealth of information available on its foreign trade page. U.S. Trade Online is the Census Bureau’s database for current U.S. export and import data for over 18,000 export commodities and 24,000 import commodities.
States Express: http://tse.export.gov/
- Census Bureau: http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/
- International Trade Commission Data Web: http://dataweb.usitc.gov/
- Cartografia (http://cartografica.mx/mapas/marginacion/) offers numerous interactive maps of Mexico including one which displays a visual representation of statistics of the marginalization of the country’s population. Measures such as illiteracy, education, electrification, and income can be shown at a municipal level. Another map shows daily air quality measures in Mexico City over the past 28 years (http://cofcof.cartografica.mx/). A number of other maps are available which show seismic activity, voting patterns, and public debt among other indicators.
If you need more information, please contact:
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone number: 5140-2600.
- U.S. Foreign Commercial Service, Mexico City
- U.S. Foreign Agricultural Service, Mexico City
- Mexico City Economic Section, U.S. Department of State
- United States Embassy in Mexico City, General Switchboard