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.