April 22, 2024


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Unequal partners. This is how they compare

(CNN Español) – The leaders of Mexico, the United States and Canada are set to meet at the summit this Thursday for the first time in 5 years. The three countries have close trade, social, cultural and collective ties, but how different are they?

We tell you the data to understand their relationship:

Relationship between Mexico and the United States.

  • The United States and Mexico share more than 3,200 kilometers of border, and there are 55 entry ports on that border.
  • The relationship between the United States and Mexico is complex and involves many social, migration, cultural, economic factors, and more.Mexico is the second largest trading partner of the United States.
  • Trade between the two countries was US $ 536.7 billion in 2020
  • There are 1.6 million U.S. citizens living in Mexico
  • Mexico is the first overseas destination for American travelers.

Relationship between Mexico and Canada

  • Trade and investment transactions between Canada and Mexico are on the rise. There are topics of interest between the two countries ranging from energy, agriculture, creativity and culture and innovation.
  • By 2020, trade between the two countries was worth more than US $ 28.6 billion
  • Mexico is Canada’s third largest trading partner
  • Mexico was the second largest source of travelers to Canada in 2020
  • In 2020, 28,000 agricultural workers came to Canada from Mexico

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Relations between the United States and Canada

  • The two countries share the largest international border: about 8,891 km along the 120 entry ports.
  • The State Department says the U.S. relationship with Canada is a very close and comprehensive one D EE.UU.
  • About $ 1.7 billion worth of goods are traded between the two countries every day
  • The US-Canada relationship focuses on the economy, climate change, national and border security, global affairs and the opioid crisis.
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