Mexico: Nogales Port of Entry Update 2021

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About 88 percent of total 2020 U.S. food and agricultural exports to Mexico, valued at $16.6 billion, crossed overland through one of various ports of entry (POE) along the U.S.-Mexico border. Also in 2020, 6.3 percent of U.S. food and agricultural exports to Mexico passed through the Nogales POE, valued at $1.05 billion. Last year, Nogales was the fourth-largest crossing point for U.S. agricultural exports to Mexico.

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