President Enrique Peña Nieto made ​​his last State visit in the Middle East to Qatar, a country known for having the world's highest per capita income: USD 143,000.


The Mexico-Qatar Business Forum was held and attended by the official delegations of both countries. The president highlighted the fact that Mexico has opened the telecommunications and energy sectors to the private sector. He also mentioned that Mexico enjoys economic stability and has a  sound financial system. It’s public finances are healthy, and this can be seen in its average annual growth rate of 3.3% over the last five years.

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Mexico’s free trade agreements give us a potential 1.15 billion consumers and our strategic location makes us a bridge between North America, Latin America and now the Asia-Pacific region.

While in Qatar, President Peña Nieto and Mexico’s official delegation attended a welcome ceremony offered by His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Emir of Qatar. The activities concluded with the signing of various cooperation agreements and a State luncheon at the emir’s palace. instruments and Food of State at the Palace of the Emir of Qatar.

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