OECD: Mexico

Real GDP for Mexico for the last decade:

1999      3.86

2000     6.60

2001     -0.16

2002     0.83

2003     1.35

2004     4.19

2005     2.80

2006     4.77

2007     3.29

2008     1.40

2009     -6.30

The real GDP of Mexico fluctuates alot. At first, it went up, then down, then back up again, until it finally went back down again.

The real GDP per capita of Mexico over the last decade has always been low. The GDP per capita at first went down and stayed constant for a while, then rapidly went up. In 2009, the figure was the highest its been in more than ten years.

Year GDP – per capita (PPP) (US$)
2000 8500
2001 9100
2002 9000
2003 9000
2004 9000
2005 9600
2006 10000
2007 10700
2008 12400
2009 13900

The real GDP growth rate of Mexico also fluctuated. However, it was more subtle. That is, until this year, when it went negative for the first time in a long time.

2003        1.00% 

2004         1.30%     

2005        4.10%

2006       3.00%

2007       4.80%    

2008       3.20% 

2009      1.30% 

2010     -7.30% 

 

 

 

The real GDP, real GDP per capita, and the real GDP growth rate of Mexico all fluctuate. For all three statistics, the latest figure seems to be an outlier. This shows that the economy in Mexico right now is not stable and is being affected by the recession.

 

 
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