Mexico has a US$6 billion surplus in U.S. exports
Mexico’s commercial balance is recording a US$6 billion surplus in product exportation to the U.S. and US$3 billion surplus in shipments to the rest of the world, including Japan, China and countries from the EU, informed the Secretary of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA), Jose Calzada Rovirosa. He disclosed that products made in Mexico will be commercialized in the Arabic peninsula, which is currently experiencing growth rates of 300%. In addition to this, there is increase in China and Japan exports. Despite the U.S. commercial barrier, Mexican exports might be reaching this year an even higher figure.