An exploration of the status of emerging multinational enterprises in Mexico
TThe entry to global markets, expansion and proliferation of the “new” multinational enterprises (MNs) originating in emerging economies, such as the case of Brazil, China, India and México, during the last two decades, have surprised policymakers and analysts. The Boston Consulting Group (2006) identified 6 Mexican MNEs out of top 100 emerging multinationals. The 2009 Boston Consulting Group (BCG) 100 new global challengers are based on 14 rapidly development economies (RDEs), including Mexico. This paper is aimed to analyze the rise of New Mexican emerging multinational enterprises (MexEMNEs) into the global market.
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