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Welcome to U.S. Commercial Service Mexico

Join our Mexico is Open for your Business group

The U.S. Commercial Service in Mexico is committed to advancing the goals of the National Export Initiative, which aims to create more and better paying jobs and enhance the U.S. economic recovery through the doubling of U.S. exports in five years.  U.S.-manufactured products enjoy duty free import benefits under the North American Free Trade Agreement giving U.S. businesses a quality versus cost advantage over other foreign manufacturers.

Not sure where to start? Contact our Mexico Business Information Center at MexicoBIC@trade.gov

DISCOVER GLOBAL MARKETS: The Americas, the premier international business conference for U.S. executives to explore new market development strategies in the Americas



Come to Mexico and exhibit your products/services: Trade Events are a great way to reach the right Mexican buyers!

Webinar: Mexican Auto Supply Chain Matchmaking Event 2015

Wednesday, Sept 10, 2014 at 11:00-11:45 AM EASTERN: learn about a B2B automotive supply chain opportunities in Mexico, and 2015 matchmaking event offering 2-days of 1-on-1 meetings with Mexican operation reps from GM, Ford, Toyota, Honda, Mazda, Nissan, VW, Audi, BMW in Queretaro.


September 25-27 Green Expo 2014 – Mexico City

November 18-21 Plastimagen 2014 – Mexico City

Our Galleria

July 13-15 Cosmoprof Northamerica 2014 – Las Vegas

Mexico Trade Specialist, Yazmin Rojas (middle) with two delegates: Gabriela and Irma Betanzos

Mexico is open for your Business!

The U.S. Commercial Service promotes the export of U.S. goods and services and protects U.S. business interests in Mexico. Our expert staff of Commercial Officers and Industry Specialists provide trade counseling, market intelligence, Mexican trade contacts, and access to trade promotion opportunities and trade advocacy. Learn more in our section Services for U.S. Companies

    Main Figures 2013
    • Population: 119 million
    • Area: 1,972,545 km2
    • Capital: Mexico City
    • Official Language: Spanish
    • Real GDP growth: 1.1%
    • Internet Users ('000): 48,031.5
    • Tourism Receipts (US$ million): 13,752.4
    • Source: Euromonitor International
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