The fall which saw oil prices this 2015 dollar and displacement were two phenomena that affected the development of imports and exports in Mexico throughout the year; however, the vice president of the National
Federation of Customs Agencies Anibal Rosas Reyes confirmed that the sector expects a stable year end. He recalled that in comparison to 2014, this year the trade was revived despite the national crisis that hit many productive sectors. “A difficult year, better than the last, the previous was very bad there was no growth on the other hand imports and exports fell, the pair managed and grew and we think that as the economy can be considered good”, he said. On the expectation for next year he said that the customs union has pinned its hopes on the oil regains its value and in the case of Mexico, changes in structural reforms begin to be reflected in improvements to the country’s economy.
“We want that confidence grows, the oil take a better place and investments are coming, that the reforms being proposed result”, he explained. Anibal Reyes Rosas said it would be in the coming weeks when the sector of Veracruz take stock to know precisely the growth achieved this year.