THE NAFTA OFFICE OF MEXICO IN CANADA
 
 

RELATED LINKS
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PROMEXICO
IFAI
NAFTANOW

 

 
 
MEXICO´S TRADE STATISTICS
Mexican Exports by major trading partners , 1993 to January-June 2011:
Accumulated
Annual
 
Mexican Imports by major trading partners , 1993 to January-June 2011:
Accumulated
Annual
Mexico - Canada Trade
FOREIGN TRADE REPORT
Source: INEGI



 
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT
 
Presidencia
Tariff Information System Via Internet


The Tariff Information System Via Internet (SIAVI, for its initials in Spanish) in its version number 4 has new features and benefits, thus replacing the SIAVI 2 and 3. SIAVI 4 displays into one single system foreign trade statistics sets from years 2003 to 2011, providing statistical data grouped at 2, 4, 6 and 8 HS digits.

With this new SIAVI version users can link directly to the Foreign Trade Information Integrated System (or SIICEX for its initials in Spanish) as well as to PROMEXICO’s EXPORTANET, PROMEXICO’s Directory of Exporters (DIEX), and the Mexican Business Information System (SIEM) from the Ministry of Economy.

Also, SIAVI 4 provides links to websites where our major trading partners publish their tariff information and/or statistics .


Tariffs applied by the U.S. and Canada

 

LINKS TO OTHER STATISTICAL SITES
Links to national and international related statistical sites
 
 
 
 
 
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Offices around the World
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Japan
Mexico
Report Mexico-Canada Trade Statistics Annual 2016
Visit our Trade Statistics Section.
Regarding the Mexico-Canada trade, trade flows increased 0.9%, amounting USD$34.6 billion. This value represents a bilateral trade increase of 755% in the NAFTA era, which also translates as an average annual growth rate of 9.8% between 1993 and 2016, the highest within the region.