Mexico is a capitalist free market economy integrated into the main world
organizations: WTO, OECD and NAFTA.
It is one of the most important emerging economies in the region and in the world.
Its main income comes from oil and international remittances. Other sectors
of its economy are tourism, automotive, and the FIBRAS (Infrastructure and Real Estate Investment Trust).
In Mexico, the services sector accounts for more than 70% of GDP, although they are not always high quality services. It is followed by industry over 26% and agriculture, with 4% of GDP. Despite the limited contribution of agriculture, up to 18% of the labor force is employed in it.
The industry accounts for 24% and services 58% of the workforce.