Mexico y los estados Unidos Importacion y exportacion
The United States is the largest trading partner of Mexico. Acquired 85 percent of Mexico's total exports in 2006. Mexico is the third largest U.S. trading partner, after Canada and China. Bilateral trade in goods reached 332 billion dollars in 2006-if you include the services, every day we trade more than one billion dollars. In comparative terms, in just over a month, the trade between the two countries is equal to what Mexico traded in a year with all 27 countries of the European Union. In 2006, U.S. goods exported to Mexico by U.S. $ 134.200 million, an increase of 11.5 percent over 2005 - and goods imported from Mexico 198.300 billion, an increase of 16.6 percent over 2005. Since the entry into force of NAFTA in 1994, U.S. exports to Mexico increased 223 percent and those of Mexico to the U.S. in 396 percent. 85 percent of Mexico's total exports go to the United States. Its value is 212 billion dollars. 51 percent of Mexico's total imports from the United States, worth 130 billion dollars.
With a growing population, an expanding economy and a growing agricultural sector more market oriented, Mexico became the second largest trading partner of U.S. agricultural products in 2006. Origin was 10 percent of U.S. imports of these products and imported U.S. 14 percent of agricultural inputs. For Mexico, the United States remained the largest partner in this sector. Over 80 percent of Mexico's agricultural exports go to that country. Specifically, U.S. imports of these products Mexicans in 2006 were valued at a record 10.200 billion dollars, while U.S. exports to Mexico totaled U.S. $ 11.500 million.
Since NAFTA came into force in 1994, bilateral agricultural trade has increased dramatically. Mexico's exports to U.S. have grown nearly 10 percent each year, twice what they did before NAFTA, while U.S. exports to Mexico have increased by about 8 percent annually. This reflects the mutually beneficial results of NAFTA for the agricultural sectors of both countries. TECHNICAL COOPERATION
The mutual importance of the agricultural economies of Mexico and the United States has led to a strong cooperative relationship. During the past two years, the government, the private sector and academic institutions have invested more than U.S. $ 20 million in more than 120 projects related to issues related to agriculture and agribusiness in Mexico.
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