MESSAGE FROM COMCE’S CHAIRMAN
“Our challenge is to reduce the risks and maximize the opportunities that the globalization of the markets indicates.
A fundamental aspect of our strategy and one of the driving forces for growth is international trade. It is unavoidable to increase the competitiveness of our businesses, to give a major boost to our exporting sector and to encourage the growth of our productive industry. Competitiveness has to be a priority for all…
We will continue promoting the extensive network of Agreements that Mexico has signed with 52 countries through the export sector of our country, to benefit from the competitive advantages that they offer so that we can diversify our exports to new markets…”
WHAT IS COMCE?
COMCE emerges in the 1950’s as the Mexican Business Council for International Affairs (CEMAI); in 1999 it merges with the National Council of Foreign Trade (CONACEX) to create COMCE.
It is an organization of the Mexican private sector dedicated to promoting international trade, attract foreign direct investment, and the exchange of technological development.
To represent the Mexican private sector
To promote the increase in foreign trade
To promote foreign direct investment
To promote technology transfer and development
To promote the
internationalization of SMEs
COMCE IS A MEMBER OF THE CCE
SOME OF OUR MEMBERS
COMCE BASES ITS OPERATIONS IN 60 BILATERAL BUSINESS COMMITTEES AND 28 STATE CHAPTERS
The Bilateral Business Committees are chaired by experienced business leaders with a broad and recognized career, who seek to promote Mexico’s business interests in that particular country.
BILATERAL BUSINESS COMMITTEES OF THE INTERNATIONAL SECTIONS
These relationships are based on collaboration Agreements that COMCE has signed with similar organizations in each country.
AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST
United States of America
Africa Portuguese Speaking Countries
United Arab Emirates
LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
ASIA AND THE PACIFIC RIM
Papua New Guinea
Regional and State COMCEs are integrated by well known local business leader who aim to promote foreign trade and foreign investment in their respective States.
Always counting with the support of State Governments and benefiting from COMCE’s international contacts.
Baja California Sur
Estado de México
Northwest (Nuevo León)
San Luis Potosí