Sunday, March 25, 2007

IMCO The Mexican Institute for Competitiveness

The Mexican Institute for Competitiveness (IMCO) is a private think-tank and great source for macro-economic information about how Mexico ranks in competitiveness with countries globally.

IMCO, The Mexican Institute for Competitiveness

“The Mexican Institute for Competitiveness (IMCO) is a private applied research center devoted to studying issues that affect the country’s enterprises competitiveness in a context of open market economy. IMCO is a non-profitable, independent, non-partisan institution which operates thanks to private sponsors grants.”

IMCO is actively working with and educating Mexican government officials and private industry leaders as to Mexico’s advantages and disadvantages as it concerns global competitiveness.

Most of the site is available in English.

For more information:

Instituto Mexicano para la Competividad, A.C.
Leibnitz 11 - 602
Colonia Anzures, CP 11590, Mexico D.F., MEXICO
Tel. +52 (55) 5985-1017 to 19 and 5985-0249 to 50
Fax +52 (55) 5985-0251

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the link to the IMCO site. Doing research on Mexican counterpart to U.S., and found link on your site. Did not see much english on the IMCO site, or link to a translation site, but thanks just the same. University of So. Miss. student.