March 2013- U.S.-Mexico Trade Reached New Highs

U.S.-Mexico Trade Reached New Highs

The trade relationship between Mexico and the United States demonstrated another solid performance as products traded between both countries set a new record at $494 billion in 2012.  Over the 19 years of NAFTA, bilateral trade has sextupled, growing 10% annually.

SAT and CBP Signed a Mutual Recognition of Authorized Economic Operator Programs

On January 17th, the Mexican Tax Authority Service (SAT), and the U.S. Custom and Border Protection (CBP) signed a Plan of Action toward the mutual recognition between the Mexican New Certified Companies (NEEC), and the U.S. Customs-Trade Partnership against Terrorism (C-TPAT).

Success Stories

  • Eurocopter to Further Invest in Mexico
  • Nissan Subsidiary Jatco to Invest in a New Plant
  • HELLA Continues to Expand in Mexico
  • Superior Industries to Build Wheel Plant in Mexico

State Profiles

  • Chihuahua
  • Oregon

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