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Evolution of the GDP in billions of pesos in the food industry in Mexico. Constant 2013 prices (own elaboration based on data from [9]).

Evolution of the GDP in billions of pesos in the food industry in Mexico. Constant 2013 prices (own elaboration based on data from [9]).

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Food industry represents an important part in the Mexican economy, including more than 400,000 companies and a Gross Domestic Product of around 16 billion of Mexican pesos in 2019. For that reason, this paper has the objective to analyze its productivity using data from the 2014 and 2019 Economic Censuses related to 2013 and 2018 economic indicator...

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... thereafter pesos) in Gross Domestic Product (GDP), representing a growth of 5.88% compared to the same period of the previous year. As Figure 1 shows, the GDP of the Food industry has been constantly increasing during the last almost 20 years, reaching its highest value in 2019 with 16.9 billion of pesos. In 2019, the whole industry included 433,370 economic units (companies), where the highest number of the economic units were registered in Estado de México (27,070), Oaxaca (21,493) and Puebla (17,958). ...

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