Arkansas & Mexico

$851 MILLION IN EXPORTS

Arkansas exported over $851 million in goods to Mexico in 2017.

51,000 JOBS DEPEND ON TRADE WITH MEXICO

Trade with Mexico sustains 51000 Arkansas jobs.

$1.5 BILLION IN CROSS-BORDER TRADE

Arkansas and Mexico trade up to $1.5 billion every year.

OFFICIAL DECREE | List of U.S. Goods Under Mexico-Imposed Tariffs

This is the decree imposing tariffs of imports of U.S. goods to Mexico, modifying the Tariff of the General Import and Export Tax Law, the Decree establishing the Applicable Rate during 2003, of the General Import Tax, for merchandise originating in North America and the Decree establishing various Sectoral Promotion Programs.
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REPORT | 2017 Arkansas‐Mexico Trade Relationship

This is a report by Mexico’s Secretariat of the Economy that graphically describes the relationship between Mexico and the state of Arkansas using export-import data from 2017.
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REPORT | 6 Million Jobs Depend on Mexico Trade

This infographic comes from the Office of the Consul General of Mexico in Austin. It provides a state-by-state representation of the trade relationships with Mexico. Zoom in in the photo viewer to see the information up close.
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REPORT | Growing Together: Arkansas and Mexico

The Mexico Institute of the Wilson Center provided an excellent visualization of facts on the trade relationship of Mexico and Arkansas since the North American Free Trade Agreement was implemented.
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REPORT | NAFTA Works

This report by the Mexico Secretariat of the Economy highlights the growth of Arkansas exports to Mexico from 1993 to 2015.
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ARTICLE | Arkansas Depends on Mexico Trade

“There is one country that is the most significant trading partner – and that’s Mexico,” says Angela Marshall-Hoffman of World Strategies, LLC. This is an in-house report on Arkansas’ valuable trading relationships.
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