According to recently published data Mexican exports grew to Canada by 11% in 2017. The amount reached last February exceeded 11% of what was recorded in February 2017, when Mexican exports reached $2,027 million.
The trade balance with Canada remains favorable to Mexico at $1.811 million, which was 28% more than in January ($1,414 million), according to official figures.
Mexico's major exports to Canada in February were equipment related to aircraft, ships and transport vehicles, reaching $808 million.17,000.
Mexico also exported to Canada in February to machinery and mechanical appliances, sound recorders and players, electrical equipment and accessories related to sound equipment, amounting to $770 million,496,000.
The third place in Mexican products exported to Canada was occupied by vegetables, such as plants, trees, bulbs, roots, flowers, edible oils, fruits and citrus fruits, coffee, spices, cereals, medicinal plants and oilfruits, which in February 165 million$756,000.
Canada also exported machinery and mechanical equipment, such as nuclear reactors, recorders and television sound players, to Mexico, totaling $71 million,337,000.