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VAT in Mexico

VAT in Mexico

The VAT in Mexico (locally known as IVA) is payable at a general rate of 16% on the sales of products and services. The VAT also applies to lease payments and imports of products and services. In this article, our Mexico company formation agents make a brief overview of the VAT in Mexico.  Quick Facts    We offer…
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Imports and Exports in Mexico

Imports and Exports in Mexico

Being mostly oriented on exports, Mexico is the 15th largest exporter worldwide. It is also the second largest export market of the U.S. After signing the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in 1994 with the U.S., the trade market in Mexico started to be greatly connected to the U.S., with more than 80% of the exports from the country being…
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Register a Trademark in Mexico

Register a Trademark in Mexico

A trademark registration in Mexico offers a 10-year term of protection which begins once the trademark is approved. This is a new regulation, as in Mexico, the 10 years were calculated since the moment when the applicant filed for the trademark registration (the new law was enacted in 2020 and some of its rules will be…
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Workforce in Mexico

Workforce in Mexico

The workforce in Mexico is diversified, being comprised of production labor to highly skilled professionals which work in different sectors, mainly in manufacturing. In this article, our company formation consultants in Mexico cover some important aspects related to the Mexican workforce. General presentation of the workforce in Mexico The workforce in Mexico is highly educated, reliable and inexpensive.…
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Attractive Investment Industries in Mexico

Attractive Investment Industries in Mexico

Mexico has grown into an attractive emerging market for foreign entrepreneurs. The country is the second largest economy in Latin America with a USD 1.26 trillion GDP, which places it as the 13th largest economy worldwide. As follows, our Mexico company formation agents present two of the most attractive investment industries in Mexico.…
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Corporate Tax in Mexico

Corporate Tax in Mexico

The Mexico corporate tax rate is 30%, however, from 1981 to 2017, it averaged 34.31%, with a maximum of 42% in 1982 and a minimum of 28% in 2007. In this article, our Mexico company formation consultants explain a few key points related to the local corporate tax. The federal corporate income tax in Mexico…
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Why Invest in Mexico?

Why Invest in Mexico?

Mexico is definitely a top destination to invest in. As a neighboring country of the U.S., the country fosters special relations with them according to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Mexico has a strategic geographical location which makes it an attractive hub for numerous industries, such as manufacturing and services.…
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Set Up a Subsidiary in Mexico 

Set Up a Subsidiary in Mexico 

A subsidiary is a company which is owned or controlled by another company, named the parent or holding company. Mexico is the ideal place to set up a subsidiary because it is ranked the 11th largest economy in the world, having 77% of its population living in urban areas. In this article, our Mexico company formation consultants provide a few…
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Buy a Ready Made Company in Mexico

Buy a Ready Made Company in Mexico

A ready-made company is a business entity that has already been registered but has had no economic or business activities. These legal entities are also called shelf companies and can be a suitable option for those foreign investors in Mexico who want to start their business activities as fast as possible.…
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