- In 2014, New Mexico led all U.S. states in percentage growth of exports to Mexico with 93% increase. The next highest state was Montana, which saw its exports to Mexico grow by 66%.
- Total state exports to Mexico climbed from $802 million in 2013 to $1.549 billion in 2014 (see category breakdown below).
- Mexico is New Mexico’s number one export market, accounting for 41% of state exports, followed by Israel at 21%, Italy at 7%, Canada at 6% and both China and Ireland at 3%. Previously, the U.S. Department of Commerce has estimated that more than one-half of the state’s exports to Mexico originate in southern Dona Ana County.
- New Mexico’s exports to the world rose 39% in 2014 to a total of $789 billion.
Source: International Trade Administration TradeStats Express http://tse.export.gov/TSE/TSEReports.aspx?DATA=SED
New Mexico Exports to Mexico (top 12 categories):
|334–COMPUTER AND ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS||755,344,129|
|335–ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT, APPLIANCES & COMPONENTS||114,713,367|
|332–FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS, NESOI||113,930,475|
|324–PETROLEUM & COAL PRODUCTS||108,627,797|
|326–PLASTICS & RUBBER PRODUCTS||66,407,257|
|930–USED OR SECOND-HAND MERCHANDISE||63,658,176|
|333–MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL||42,665,342|
|331–PRIMARY METAL MFG||19,118,719|
|Computer and Electronic Products||755,344,129|
|Electrical Equipment, Appliances & Components||114,713,367|
|Fabricated Metal Products||113,930,475|
|Petroleum & Coal Products||108,627,797|