Mexico’s economy is especially strong in the service sector. In 2017, this sector represented 66.2% of GDP and employed 62% of the labor force, while the industrial sector represented 31% of GDP and employed 23.8% of the labor force, and the primary sector represented 2.8% of GDP and employed 13.6% of the labor force.  The Mexican economy has grown at an average annual rate of 2.2% in the last ten years, in spite of the adverse global environment. It is foreseen that it will continue growing during 2019 and 2020. This growth will be strengthened by the economic development strategy of the Mexican Government that includes a consolidation of domestic consumption as a result of the implementation of social programs and financial inclusion, an increase of private investment in infrastructure and strategic sectors, a higher level of public investment, and an increase in exports as a consequence of the reconfiguration of global value chains.
 Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Geografía (INEGI), PIB and National Accounts.