Overview In September 2021 United States exported $22.8B and imported $32B from Mexico, resulting in a negative trade balance of $9.26B. Between September 2020 and September 2021 the exports of United States have increased by $4.08B (21.8%) from $18.7B to $22.8B, while imports increased by $2.21B (7.42%) from $29.8B to $32B.
Trade In September 2021, the top exports of United States to Mexico were Refined Petroleum ($2.07B), Petroleum Gas ($1.14B), Vehicle Parts ($1.1B), Integrated Circuits ($843M), and Office Machine Parts ($833M). In September 2021 the top imports of United States from Mexico were Computers ($2.52B), Cars ($2.15B), Vehicle Parts ($2.06B), Delivery Trucks ($2.05B), and Video Displays ($1.43B).
Origins In September 2021 the exports of United States were mainly from Texas ($10.3B), California ($2.25B), Michigan ($889M), Illinois ($709M), and Arizona ($649M), while imports destinations were mainly Texas ($9.06B), California ($5.08B), Michigan ($4B), Illinois ($1.34B), and Georgia ($1.01B).
Growth In September 2021, the increase in United States's year-by-year exports to Mexico was explained primarily by an increase in product exports in Refined Petroleum ($701M or 51.4%), Petroleum Gas ($599M or 112%), and Office Machine Parts ($331M or 66.1%). In September 2021, the increase in United States's year-by-year imports from Mexico was explained primarily by an increase in product imports in Crude Petroleum ($640M or 101%), Computers ($369M or 17.1%), and Video Displays ($119M or 9.07%).