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Mexico
  • Imports from Mexico A$2,082 million
  • Exports to Mexico A$532 million
  • Capital Mexico City
  • Official Language Spanish
  • Area 1,958,000 sq km
  • Population 118.4 million

Reports and Presentations

Events

UECA Mission to Latin America 2015
27 Aug 2015 - 4 Sep 2015
Argentina, Peru and Mexico  ,
EDUEXPOS Latin America 2015 – second semester
1 Sep 2015 - 17 Oct 2015
Ecuador, Peru and Chile  ,
ExpoMin Mexico 2015, Acapulco
7 Oct 2015 - 10 Oct 2015
Acapulco , Mexico

Last updated: 16 Jul 2014

Market profile

Insights and opportunities

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Latest news

Media releases
TPP talks make significant progress (Ministerial)
26 Jul 2015
Significant gains have been made this week in negotiations for the world’s biggest regional trade deal, and a conclusion definitely remains within reach, the Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew R ...
Media releases
Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) - a platform for growth (Ministerial)
26 Jul 2015
Trade and Investment Minister Andrew Robb will participate in ministerial talks in Hawaii from 28-31 July with the aim of concluding negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP).
Success stories
Australian technology and expertise helps provide water solutions in Mexico
30 Apr 2015
Innovative technology and expertise provided by Australia’s Rubicon Water is ensuring communities and businesses have reliable access to water in many international markets, including Mexico.
Latest from Austrade
Strong prospects for Australian companies in Latin American oil and gas sector
10 Apr 2015
Latin America’s oil and gas sector holds a wealth of opportunities for Australian companies, with the region set to be one of the fastest-growing areas for oil and gas production over the next decade ...
Latest from Austrade
Mexico and Australia: A new era for natural partners
10 Mar 2015
Mexico is undergoing significant reforms that will open up strong export and investment opportunities for Australian businesses, writes Chris Rodwell, Austrade Trade Commissioner for Mexico, Central A ...

Doing Business

Mexico is actively pursuing a program designed to reduce its reliance on the USA as a trading partner. Mexico has completed free trade agreements with 33 countries giving it access to over one billion consumers.

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Country Profile

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  • ECONOMIC CLIMATE
    According to the IMF, Mexico's economy is ranked 14th in the world in 2013 (only Brazil has a larger GDP among Latin American countries).
    » read more at DFAT
  • POLITICAL CLIMATE
    Mexico is a congressional democracy with a directly elected President.
    » read more at DFAT
  • TRADE RELATIONS
    Mexico was Australia's largest merchandise trading partner in Latin America in 2012 with two-way trade worth $2.9 billion.
    » read more at DFAT

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APEC Business Travel Card Scheme

Managed by the Department of Immigration, the APEC Business Travel Card Scheme was developed to make travelling within the 21 APEC member countries much simpler and more efficient.

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