Mexico is the thirteenth (13°) exporting economy in the world. In 2016, Mexico has exported USD 373,54 billions and has imported USD 380,16 billions, with a negative resulting trade balance of USD -6,62 billions. In 2016 Mexico's GDP was USD 1,05 trillions and its GDP per capita was USD 8.201.
The main goods exported by Mexico are: Vehicles (USD 31,4 billions), Vehicle parts (USD 26,2 billions), Delivery trucks (USD 23,4 billions), Computers (USD 21,2 billions) and Telephones (USD 15,7 billions).
It's main imports are: Vehicle parts (USD 22,6 billions), Refined petroleum (USD 18 billions), Integrated circuits (USD 13,7 billions), Various unclassified products (USD 12,5 billions) and Computers (USD 10,7 billions).
The main export destinations of Mexico are: United States (USD 302 billions), Canada (USD 10,4 billions), China (USD 5,41 billions), Germany (USD 3,95 billions) and Japan (USD 3,77 billions).
The main origins of its imports are: United States (USD 229 billions), China (USD 32,4 billions), China (USD 12,5 billions), Japan (USD 10,7 billions) and South Korea (USD 9,7 billions).
Mexico borders with Belize, Guatemala and United States by land and Cuba and Honduras by sea.
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Destination of exports