Overview In 2019 Mexico was the number 15 economy in the world in terms of GDP (current US$), the number 9 in total exports, the number 13 in total imports,
the number 72 economy in terms of GDP per capita (current US$) and the number 21 most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI).
Exports The top exports of Mexico are Cars ($53.1B), Computers ($32.4B), Vehicle Parts ($31.2B), Delivery Trucks ($26.9B), and Crude Petroleum ($26.6B), exporting mostly to United States ($361B), Canada ($21.3B), China ($8.86B), Germany ($8.73B), and Chinese Taipei ($6.98B).
In 2019, Mexico was the world's biggest exporter of Delivery Trucks ($26.9B), Tractors ($10.7B), Beer ($5.07B), Tropical Fruits ($3.6B), and Railway Freight Cars ($3.57B)
Imports The top imports of Mexico are Integrated Circuits ($29.8B), Refined Petroleum ($29.3B), Vehicle Parts ($27.2B), Office Machine Parts ($16.5B), and Cars ($9.87B), importing mostly from United States ($235B), China ($62.5B), Germany ($16.1B), South Korea ($14.3B), and Japan ($12.6B).
In 2019, Mexico was the world's biggest importer of Other Sugars ($639M), Corrugated Paper ($354M), Aluminium Pipes ($261M), Stranded Copper Wire ($220M), and Cyanides ($152M)
Location Mexico borders Belize, Guatemala, and United States by land and Cuba and Honduras by sea.