Mexico Economy

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Mexico was one of the hardest hit Latin American economies during the 2008 recession with its GDP contracting nearly 6%, however it is currently the 13th largest economy in the world with a nominal GDP of $1.231 trillion. Mexico is an export oriented economy and has free trade agreements with over 40 countries. The most important FTA is NAFTA with more than 90% of Mexico's exports going to and 55% of its imports coming from the US and Canada.

Major Mexico Indicators

Period Value % Chg Prev
Energy (View all 1)
Mexico Gas Rig Count Apr 2018 0.00
Government Assets and Liabilities (View all 1)
Mexico Government Debt (NSA) 2016 58.43% of GDP 8.87%
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