The Mexico Fund Investing in Mexico for Thirty Years

The Mexico Fund, Inc. (NYSE-Listed MXF) visited the NYSE to celebrate 30 years of investing in Mexico and its listing. In honor of the occasion, Emilio Carrillo and José Luis Gómez  Pimienta, Chairman and President of The Mexico Fund, Inc., rang The Closing BellSM.

During the last 30 years, The Mexico Fund has offered international investors an open window to Mexico with attractive and competitive returns due to its long-term investment philosophy, careful management practices and selective stock choices.

About Mexico Fund:

The Mexico Fund is a closed-end, non-diversified investment company that invests at least 80% of its net assets in equity securities of companies listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange. The Mexican economy is well positioned to cope with the current global financial crisis, as Mexican public sector finances, debt profile and external accounts are healthy. The Mexico Fund's net assets as of August 26, 2011 amounted to $351 million. The Mexico Fund has a Managed Distribution Plan under which it pays to stockholders quarterly cash distributions. For more detailed information, visit