Security issues in Mexico on the rise | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

Mexico has the second largest economy in Latin American, and since 1994, its GDP has been growing steadily bolstered by NAFTA. It is a complex country with lots of potential and a growing market, and most of the leading Global corporations have established offices there. However, serious internal security concerns are also a characteristic of […]


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Mexico has the second largest economy in Latin American, and since 1994, its GDP has been growing steadily bolstered by NAFTA. It is a complex country with lots of potential and a growing market, and most of the leading Global corporations have established offices there. However, serious internal security concerns are also a characteristic of […]
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Security issues in Mexico on the rise

Security issues in Mexico on the rise | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

Mexico has the second largest economy in Latin American, and since 1994, its GDP has been growing steadily bolstered by NAFTA. It is a complex country with lots of potential and a growing market, and most of the leading Global corporations have established offices there.

However, serious internal security concerns are also a characteristic of the Mexican society. The Government and companies are implementing different strategies to confront this acute problem and help create an environment for progress and prosperity.

Until now, there has been no comprehensive and documented study of the electronic security market in Mexico. The ALAS/SIA Mexico Security Market Report study includes overviews of the security market, economic situation, housing market, security imports, market data, industrial and construction market, opportunities that exist, and the status of public safety in Mexico.

Over 80 individuals involved in the physical electronic security market in Mexico were interviewed along with countless hours of research of import data and both Mexico and U.S. government reports on the region. The study shows that the estimated size of the market in 2005 was almost $390 million.

Find out the size, the opportunities, and the future of the market in Mexico. SIA sponsored this latest Latin American report along with the Latin American Security Association (ALAS) and Giprex (organizer of ExpoSeguridad Mexico). To purchase a copy of the study, please click here, print, fill out the purchasing form, and fax it to (786) 276 6032 in the USA. To get more information on the study´s content, please write to Victor Alarcon at [email protected]

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