Working together in Mexico.


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... was the political party in force. Present time: President: Vicente Fox Quesada. Fundamental political gatherings: PAN, ... Silliness. Religion. Conventions. Friendliness. Sex. Hues. Values. Age. Blessings ...
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Working together in Mexico

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Comments about history and governmental issues Spanish strength in 1521 by Hernán Cortéz Independence war by Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla: 1810 - 1821 Mexican Revolution: 1910 - 1917 Mexican law (Constitución Mexicana): 1917 During 71 years PRI was the political party in force Present time: President: Vicente Fox Quesada Main political gatherings: PAN, PRI, PRD Presidential decision: 2006

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México Country augmentation: 1 964 375 km² # 14 world spot in nation expansion Population more than 100 million individuals

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Free exchange assentions amongst Mexico and the world México\'s facilitated commerce understandings incorporate a sum of 46 nations The latest assention was with Japan It will be formally successful from April first, 2005 It is an incredible chance to create worldwide business exercises with México

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* Acuerdos de Complementación Económica (ACEs) ** Chipre, Eslovenia, Estonia, Hungría, Letonia, Lituania, Malta, Polonia, República Checa, República Eslovaca * Acuerdos de Complementación Económica (ACEs) ** Chipre, Eslovenia, Estonia, Hungría, Letonia, Lituania, Malta, Polonia, República Checa, República Eslovaca

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Cultural viewpoints

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Cultural angles Culture: Culture characterizes individuals personality, roots, practices and self-awareness vision half of global organizations does not concrete in view of social issues

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Cultural perspectives Closing an arrangement is more than simply marking an agreement. It requests socialization aptitudes, kinship (in Latin America), conventions and learning about the outside society Main social viewpoints:

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Mexico Priority # 1 in all consuming purpose in second term Father, head of family Children stay in home as a rule until get hitched Company administrators base advancement choices in various urban areas on family premiums Cultural perspectives: Mx – North America Family

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Mexico Majority of the populace is Catholic Religion is a principal component in life Religious images may have a vital impact in workplace Cultural angles: Mx – North America Religion

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Mexico People construct its choices in light of emotions People maintain a strategic distance from strife and circumstances of win-lose Avoid to say "no" Work issues might be considered as individual clashes Cultural perspectives: Mx – North America Feelings

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Mexico Nationalism Proud of history and customs People like to stay in Mexico yet monetary weights advances relocation People living out of Mexico want to purchase Mexican items Cultural angles: Mx – North America Nationalism

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Mexico It is vital scholarly advancement in social circles Strong thought of the man of his word idea Status and expert titles are imperative Status in the public eye is more vital than individual accomplishments Cultural perspectives: Mx – North America Social conventions - Status

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Mexico Personal presentation First impression always remembers Ethics There are issues of defilement out in the open establishments and government as a rule, there is a general enthusiasm for society to enhance this issue Cultural angles: Mx – North America

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Mexico Romantic, masterful, appreciate music and spiritualist components In business circumstances, services and social acknowledgment is critical Cultural angles: Mx – North America Styles

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For working together in Mexico: First proposal: Work to win individuals trust Second suggestion: Be mindful of making "inaccessible" assumptions about business thoughts Cultural angles: Mx – North America

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Doing business in Mexico Sources of data

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Sources of data Review the accompanying website pages: http://www.contactopyme.gob.mx http://www.siem.gob.mx/portalsiem/

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Exporting to México Review the accompanying pages: http://www.aduanas.gob.mx/http://www.economia.gob.mx/

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Thank you! Jorge Franco franco@itesm.mx

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