U.S. and Mexico: Broad and Deep Agricultural Trade Relationship

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At $37.3 billion in bilateral trade, the United States and Mexico food and agricultural relationship remains broad and deep offering opportunities to further integrate our rural economies while supplying desired products to consumers in both countries year-round. This report shows how our agricultural production and markets systems are complementary. Twenty years after NAFTA, bilateral trade values are near parity. 

U.S. and Mexico: Broad and Deep Agricultural Trade Relationship

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