Mexico is one of the emerging economic countries where foreign direct investments are open. It serves as the largest trading partner with the United States. It is among the top 20 countries with the biggest economies globally. The major countries that invest in the country are the United States, Germany, Canada, and Spain; the major sectors that receive foreign investments include the manufacturing sector particularly the automobile industry, wholesale and retail trade, communication, and financial and insurance services (Pacheco López, 2005). The places where these foreign investments are more concentrated are the urban centers that border the United States. These are the places where the assembly factories are situated including the country’s capital (Hernández, 2010). An area like the Yucatan peninsula also tends to receive substantial foreign investments in its robust tourism industry. Mexico is a member of some of the G20, OECD, USMCA, and the Pacific Alliance. It is also integrated into the economic order of the world, hence, becoming attractive for FDI.