Doing business in the United States and Mexico
The Agriculture and Agri-food market in Mexico: Webinars to help you succeed and achieve your objectives
Are you interested in exploring opportunities in the agriculture and agri-food sector in Mexico? If so, we invite you to register to any (or all) of the following five webinars aimed at providing you with practical information and tips to successfully export to Mexico.
The United States (U.S.) and Mexico represent Canada's largest trading partners with over $65 billion in combined agri-food and seafood trade in 2015, an increase of 282% since the signature of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in 1993.
These markets represent nearly 449 million consumers and total agri-food and seafood imports of $217 billion, over $34 billion of which came from Canada in 2015. Canadian exports to the U.S. and Mexico are very vast in nature with nearly 80% of Canada's total processed food exports going to these markets.
- Market intelligence
- Access reports that discuss opportunities in the United States and Mexico, and learn about market trends in your state or sector of interest.
- Canada-United States bilateral trade
- Learn about the world's largest bilateral agricultural trading relationship, including opportunities and challenges faced by the U.S. and Canada.
- Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA)
- Learn about the CUSMA and Canada’s agriculture sector.
- CPTPP for Agri-Food Exporters
- Find out what the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) is and how it can benefit your exports to its markets.
- Trade and investment agreements
- Find international trade and investment agreements and negotiations.
More support for business
- Agri-Food Trade Services for Exporters
- Find trade events, in-market Trade Commissioners, marketing tools and more to help you achieve your international business goals.
- Market access services
- The Market Access Secretariat (MAS) is your single window for market access and market development inquiries. Contact MAS at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch agri-food trade commissioners at your service and learn how your company or organization can benefit from export advice and guidance to help you achieve your international business goals.
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