Over the years, Mexico has positioned itself as a strategic commercial partner, not only because it´s geographic position but for the diversity resources, products and capital that offers. Nowadays, Mexico is one of the fifteen largest economies in the world and the second one in Latin America. It is also the 11th largest exporter in the world and the first one in Latin America. Its 13 Free Trade Agreements with 50 countries benefits at least 1.3 billion of consumers around the world.
Also, Mexico participates actively in multilateral and regional organizations such as the World Trade Organization (WTO), Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OCDE) and Latin American Integration Association (ALADI).
The most interesting thing is the meaning of the commercial relation that Mexico has with the world is part of our daily lives. As consumers, it is fundamental to be informed about the product we have access to and their origins to understand the importance of fair, competitive and effective trade agreements. We will present you the 13 Free Trade Agreements between Mexico and the World.
A Free Trade Agreement is a trade agreement between two or more nations (bilateral or regional) that seeks to expand the market for goods and services between the participating countries. It aims to improve their relations in economic and trade terms through specific rules and the elimination of obstacles (such as tariffs or taxes) on imports and exports.