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  1. Abstract.
  2. SWOT Analysis.
    1. Strengths.
    2. Key Economic Data for Mexico
    3. Weaknesses
  3. Opportunities.
  4. Threats.
  5. Hofstede's Analysis.
  6. Tipping for all services is appropriate.

Over the course of the twentieth century, Mexico has undergone notable changes. Although the country is currently mired is social inequality, research on the economic, political and social stability of the country seems to suggest that the country is on its way to quickly becoming a formidable international super power. Through a careful examination of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing the country along with Hofstede's Dimensions of Culture and a consideration of the business and etiquette issues shaping relationships in the country, this investigation concludes the conducting business in the country would be a positive step for most organizations. Although specific issues of consideration are noted in the summary recommendations, overall it is clear that organizations expanding operations into Mexico could do quite well overall.

[...] Embassy for the latest information with regard to potential kidnapping threats. Finally, the CIA notes that the export of heroin and marijuana from Mexico remains a standing issue in terms of international politics. Although the Mexican government has taken a number of notable steps to help reduce the traffic of drugs into the United States, as a gateway between North and South America, Mexico remains one of the world's largest exporters of illegal drugs. Noting the most significant drug issues, the CIA notes the following: ?largest foreign supplier of marijuana and methamphetamine to the US market; continues as the primary transshipment country for US-bound cocaine from South America, accounting for about 70 percent of estimated annual cocaine movement to the (Mexico). [...]

[...] By examining the county in this manner, it will be possible to provide a comprehensive understanding of the specific economic, political and social issues that may reinforce or retract from the decision for an organization to conduct business in Mexico. Through a synthesis of all the information provided in this investigation, it will then be possible to make a definitive recommendation about the ability of the organization to be successful in developing business operations in this foreign environment. SWOT Analysis Strengths Figure 1 provides a map of Mexico. [...]

[...] As global demand for oil continues to increase, the potential for increasing both revenues and production from oil development in Mexico will further facilitate the development of Mexico's economy. In addition, the country also has some of the largest natural gas reserves in the international community. Although many of these reserves have not yet been tapped, it is clear that these resources could be used for the further development of Mexico's economy in both the short and long-term. Finally, research on the development of transportation and communications in Mexico demonstrate that this country has become a leader in Latin America with respect to these issues. [...]

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