Mexico imports

Mexico imports: 53679.72 (-2.52%)
Last Update: June 30, 2024

Mexico imports closed down 53679.72 as of June 30, 2024 from 55065.69 from the previous month and 51762.02 from last year.

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Mexico imports

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2024-06-30 53679.72
2024-05-31 55065.69
2024-04-30 48654.08
2024-03-31 48654.08
2024-02-29 51305.8
2024-01-31 46271.85
2023-12-31 45007.24
2023-11-30 49621.46
2023-10-31 52226.16
2023-09-30 51139.51
2023-08-31 53737.01
2023-07-31 48431.64
2023-06-30 51762.02
2023-05-31 52934.5
2023-04-30 47732.75
2023-03-31 52388.86
2023-02-28 46778.48
2023-01-31 46715.74
2022-12-31 48339.02
2022-11-30 49407.42
2022-10-31 51287.15
2022-09-30 53233.43
2022-08-31 56168.2
2022-07-31 52463.96

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Mexico imports Historical Data

The MacroVar database offers free access to historical data for the Mexico imports, dating back to 1950. This extensive dataset is readily available through MacroVar versatile platforms, including a user-friendly web interface, a robust Python API, and convenient Excel integration. By leveraging these tools, users can efficiently retrieve and analyze decades of Mexico imports data, supporting a wide range of research, financial analysis, and decision-making processes.

What is the Mexico imports

a wide range of products from other countries to meet consumer demand and supplement domestic production. These imports include items such as electronics, machinery, vehicles, and consumer goods. Mexico's economy is heavily reliant on trade, with the United States being its largest trading partner. The country also imports a significant amount of food products, such as grains, fruits, and vegetables, to meet the needs of its growing population. Additionally, Mexico imports raw materials and intermediate goods for its manufacturing sector, which contributes to the overall economic growth and development of the country. Overall, Mexico's imports play a crucial role in supporting its economy and ensuring a diverse range of products are available to its consumers.