Whole Nations Waiting: Trade sets records, but congestion threatens competitiveness.-Mexico Institute in the News

Oct 17, 2012

Site Selection, July 2012

Commerce between the United States and Mexico is one of the great — yet underappreciated — success stories of the global economy. In 2011 U.S.-Mexico goods and services trade reached the major milestone of one-half trillion dollars with virtually no recognition. The United States is Mexico's top trading partner, and Mexico — which has gained macroeconomic stability and expanded its middle class over the last two decades — is the United States' second largest export market and third largest trading partner.


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