After analyzing 2014 data for 100 countries responsible for consuming the greatest dollar value in imports from Mexico, we found 15 nations that boosted their imports by at least 240% since 2009.
Overall, exports originating from the Mexico were up 33.3% for 2014.
Mexico’s Fastest-Growing Import Partners
Listed below in descending order below are the fastest-growing import countries for Mexico’s exported products. These nations boosted imports from Mexico by the greatest percentages over the five-year period ending in 2014.
- Myanmar: Up 134,560% since 2010 (US$6,733,000)
- US Minor Outlying Islands: Up 7,294% ($4,880,000)
- Bulgaria: Up 2,183% ($32,834,000)
- Luxembourg: Up 1,673% ($138,364,000)
- Uzbekistan: Up 1,592% ($6,261,000)
- Ghana: Up 1,392% ($25,992,000)
- Saudi Arabia: Up 734.9% ($672,927,000)
- Côte d’Ivoire: Up 718.6% ($6,500,000)
- Albania: Up 640.5% ($6,028,000)
- Ethiopia: Up 546.2% ($4,517,000)
- Congo: Up 542.5% ($24,963,000)
- Cameroon: Up 436.5% ($23,561,000)
- Latvia: Up 269.9% ($23,491,000)
- Jamaica: Up 251.9% ($174,447,000)
- Austria: Up 246.5% ($135,346,000)
Electronic equipment and inorganic chemicals were the fastest-growing Mexican products delivered to Myanmar.
Electronic beverages and alcoholic beverages posted accelerated sales from Mexico to US Minor Outlying Islands.
Automobiles, plastics, machinery and tobacco led the fastest-growing Mexican shipments to Bulgaria.
Furniture, lead, zinc and cement topped the leading Mexican export improvements to Luxembourg.
International Monetary Fund, World Economic Outlook Database (GDP based on Purchasing Power Parity). Accessed on April 2, 2015
The World Factbook, Field Listing: Imports, Central Intelligence Agency. Accessed on April 2, 2015
Trade Map, International Trade Centre, www.intracen.org/marketanalysis. Accessed on April 2, 2015