A recent survey by Merrill Lynch reported that Bank of America has stated that Mexico is highly preferred by emerging market investors over other Latin American countries,such as Brazil. Mexico’s booming economy,together with the country's consistently low inflation rate,has placed its economic potential at a considerable advantage in the eyes of finance executives and investors worldwide. In addition,Mexico's economy is projected to have a very promising 2011 in terms of economic growth,output and inflation.
The service sector of the country also remains very optimistic about its capacity to attract companies that will invest billions of dollars in private equity deals to further improve Mexico's infrastructure. But financial experts say that Mexico will experience an even greater boost in its economic condition if it will begin to open its service sectors. This would improve efficiency and make the Mexican economy even more competitive.
According to Nexxus Capital’s co-founder Luis Harvey,Mexico’s service sector is underrated because the per capita income of its huge internal market is double to that of Brazil. With new investment money being put to work,however,the middle class and other industries will be given a boost,thanks to the increase in spending on consumer finance,health and leisure services.
Mexico’s reputation in the global investment scene has improved immensely in recent years due to the introduction of new financial tools. In addition,new investment options,like hybrid security for retirement funds and real estate investment funds are being rolled out. All of these new options in Mexico's financial market are signs of positive development for the country’s growing economy and mexico real estate.