Economic competition is the best way to increase productivity, quality standards and the cost-benefit ratio in consumer purchases.

As a result of Anti-trust Reform, Mexico has an autonomous body, the Federal Competition Commission (COFECE), which is responsible for creating the conditions to increase competition in markets.

In the industrial sector, competition leads to the emergence and entry of new firms and investments that strive to innovate and streamline their production processes.

For consumers, competition translates into an increased supply and variety of products, better quality and eventually, lower prices.

These processes become virtuous circles for the national economy, which grows on the basis of consumption and investment.

Better prices, more and better services and products, greater investment and an increase in the number of jobs are the beneficial consequences of economic competition.

As a result of economic competition, Mexico is growing and becoming stronger.