Feed Outlook No. (FDS-19F-01) 51 pp

July 2019

The Growing Corn Economies of Mexico and the United States

This report explores how the U.S. and Mexican corn sectors have changed since the transition to free-trade under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) was completed and the extent to which the sectors could change further in the coming decade. Mexico is the largest foreign market for U.S. corn, and U.S. corn exports to Mexico have been free of tariff and quota restrictions since 2008.

Errata: On August 5, 2019, the ERS report, “The Growing Corn Economies of Mexico and the United States,” was reposted to change its report number from OCS 19F-02 to FDS 19F-01.

Keywords: Mexico, Corn, United States, USMCA, NAFTA, supply, demand, production, trade, feed, tortillas, ethanol, farm policy

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Last updated: Monday, July 22, 2019

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