U.S.-Mexico agricultural trade has generally experienced strong growth since the late 1980s

U.S.-Mexico agricultural trade has generally experienced strong growth since the late 1980s

With a growing population, an expanding economy, and a more market-oriented agricultural sector, Mexico has become the second-largest agricultural trading partner of the United States (following Canada) in terms of exports and imports combined. In 2010, Mexico accounted for 14.6 percent of U.S. agricultural exports and 13.6 percent of imports, as defined and categorized by USDA.


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