The economic relationship between Mexico and the United States is one of the most intense between two countries. Since 1994, when the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA or NAFTA) was signed, commercial exchanges have increased by more than 700%. More recently, in 2018 a new and more modern Mexico-United States-Canada Free Trade Agreement (T-MEC or USMCA) was agreed, which has further boosted ties throughout North America (including Canada), but above everything between Mexico and the United States.
You probably already knew that Mexico is a fundamental partner for the United States… The economic relationship between Mexico and the United States is one of the richest and most intense between two countries. From 1994 to 2019, Mexican exports to the United States grew more than 700%. In 2018, the new Mexico-United States-Canada Free Trade Agreement (T-MEC or USMCA) was signed, which will allow to continue increasing exchanges between the three countries.
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