Mexico: Maritime Ports of Veracruz and Lazaro Cardenas

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The following document reports on the maritime ports of entry (MPE) of Veracruz and Lazaro Cardenas, through which agricultural products transported by vessel arrive to Mexico. The information in this report is useful for U.S. exporters who currently export or wish to export agricultural products to Mexico by vessel. In 2019, the United States exported more than USD 20 billion of agricultural and food products to Mexico, of these approximately USD 2.3 billion corresponded to exports by vessel. 

Mexico: Maritime Ports of Veracruz and Lazaro Cardenas

 

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