ECCP analysis on the Mexican cluster landscape is published

Submitted by Eva Fadil on 25 October 2017

Mexico has an important and well-established community of clusters. In Mexico, clusters are defined as a geographic concentration of interconnected companies, suppliers, and associated institutions in a particular field. According to ProMéxico, the federal government agency responsible for internationalisation and exports, there are 155 clusters representing 9 sectors throughout the country. Most of the clusters implement a triple helix model (innovation clusters), in which members of public institutions, academic and business sectors cooperate to innovate.

An analysis report prepared by the European Cluster Collaboration Platform, the preparatory briefing on Mexico, is now available!

This report provides you with information about trade and sector trends, cluster policies and programmes, as well as a cluster mapping.

Please find the preparatory briefing here. We invite you to visit the International Cooperation country pages on the platform.

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