The reorganization of supply chains around the United States or North America represents a major opportunity for Mexico to further enhance its integration into global value chains (GVCs) and boost economic growth. Similar to other countries in Latin America, Mexico is seeking to achieve high-value industrialization by moving away from low-value industries such as resource extraction, basic manufacturing, and assembly. However, for this opportunity to really improve the structure of the Mexican industry, it is imperative that the Mexican government increases its investment in education, R&D, logistics, and infrastructure.
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