Mexico, no longer the maximum importer of U.S. corn

Mexico, no longer the maximum importer of U.S. corn

U.S. corn exports to Mexico are decreasing, and Mexico is no longer the main importer, a sign that   commercial tensions are prompting the Spanish-speaking Country to find other providers. The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced that sales to Mexico totaled US$1.04 billion until May, that is 6.7% less than the previous year. Mexico has started conversations with other corn exporters this year.

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