December 2011 - Mexico Repowers its Trade Links with Central America

Mexico Repowers its Trade Links with Central America

Mexico and a group of countries consisting of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua signed the Mexico – Central America Single Free Trade Agreement after three years of intense negotiations. This agreement will replace the three trade agreements that Mexico has with Central American countries in order to harmonize, deepen and update the commitments and disciplines governing the current trade between the countries of the region.

Fishing in a Sea of Resources

In recent years, Mexico has worked diligently to sustainably increase production within the fishery sector. Thanks to an excellent location for commercial fishing due to its geographical position, and 7,200 miles of coastline along both the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans, Mexico has enormous potential to supply high-quality sea products for both the domestic and international markets.

Success Stories

  • TRW to Open New Braking Plant in Mexico
  • Hella Electronics Continues Rapid Growth in Mexico
  • Bosch to Expand Investments in Mexico
  • Neaton Opens Plant in Queretaro

State Profiles

  • South Carolina
  • Aguascalientes

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