May 2007-U.S.-Mexico Agricultural Trade After 13 Years of NAFTA

U.S.-Mexico Agricultural Trade After 13 years of NAFTA

NAFTA free market access framework created a positive environment for the expansion of agricultural trade in North America.

Mexican Agricultural Exports to the U.S.

In 2006, Mexican agricultural exports to the U.S. reached $9.3 billion, 245% more than the exports registered in 1993, significantly higher than the 150% growth of imports from the rest of the world.

Opening Markets Trough SPS NAFTA Provisions

The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has proven that removal of tariffs and non-tariff barriers increases opportunities for agricultural trade.

Success Stories

Guadalajara and Juarez among fDi North American Cities
of the Future 2007/08

GM will produce Korean design automobiles

Kyocera will increase its production in Mexico

State Profiles



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