Trade and Development Strategies

Year Strategy name Sector
2011 Estrategia Nacional de Energia

The strategy outlines Mexican national policies aiming to reform the energetic sector... The strategy outlines Mexican national policies aiming to reform the energetic sector so as to meet the needs of its emerging economy. It rotates around three main axes: i) energy security; ii) economic and productive efficiency; and iii) environmental sustainability; and it aims to achieve eight strategic objectives: 1) restore reserves and foster production of oil, which have been declining in the previous year, and maintain the production of natural gas; 2) diversify the national sources of energy, increasing the role of clean sources; 3) increase energetic efficiency; 4) reduce the environmental impact of the energy sector; 5) operate energy facilities in an efficient, reliable and sustainable way; 6) invest in order to improve processing capacity and decrease the cost of energy supplies; 7) enhance the network for transport, storage and distribution of gas and oil; 8) provide good-quality energy services at competitive prices to the marginalized cities and areas.

Electricity, Gas, Petroleum Sector Electricity, Gas, Petroleum Sector

2007 Mexico Vision 2030

The Mexico Vision 2030 outlines the main long-term objectives of national policies... The Mexico Vision 2030 outlines the main long-term objectives of national policies in Mexico envisaging a safe and prosperous country, with a competitive and environmentally sustainable economy and equal opportunities for all. The vision focuses on five main axes: i) rule of law and security; ii) economic competitiveness and employment creation; iii) equality of opportunities; iv) environmental sustainability; v) effective democracy and responsible foreign policy.

2007 Programa Sectorial de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales

The strategy is aligned with the Plan de Desarrollo Nacional, and in... The strategy is aligned with the Plan de Desarrollo Nacional, and in particular with the eighth objective therein contained, aiming to ensure sustainable development and the contribution of Mexican citizens in protecting natural resources and the quality of life of current and future generations. Furthermore, the strategic measures have been elaborated pursuing specific objectives set by the Plan de Desarrollo Nacional, spanning across different axes: rule of law and security; economic competitiveness and job creation; equal opportunities; environmental sustainability, effective democracy and sound foreign policy. The document is composed of three agendas: the "Agenda Verde", dealing with conservation and sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems and biodiversity; the "Agenda Gris", dealing with prevention and control of contamination; the "Agenda Azul", dealing with the integrated management of water resources. The strategy also deals with additional issues such as cross-cutting public policies addressing sustainable development and territorial integration, the modernization of environmental management instruments, the development of science and technology.

2007 UNDAF Mexico 2008-2012

The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) is aligned with the national... The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) is aligned with the national priorities set by the national development plan and the Mexico Vision 2030, and it frames the cooperation between the United Nations and Mexico around five main areas of cooperation: 1) economic competitive development, sustainable, equitable and inclusive growth; 2) equitable and universal exercise of social and cultural rights; 3) exercise of the right to a healthy and productive environment; 4) strengthening of the rule of law and of public safety; 5) democracy consolidation.

2006 Plan de Desarrollo Nacional

The plan is aligned with the Mexico Vision 2030, envisaging a safe... The plan is aligned with the Mexico Vision 2030, envisaging a safe and prosperous country, with a competitive and environmentally sustainable economy and equal opportunities for all. To achieve this vision, the national development plan outlines ten objectives framed around five main axes: i) rule of law and security; ii) economic competitiveness and employment creation; iii) equality of opportunities; iv) environmental sustainability; v) effective democracy and responsible foreign policy.