Mexico is the third-largest U.S. trading partner, $1.5 billion in trade crosses the U.S. border every day
Mexico recently published a new and innovative National Cluster Map website, which identifies areas for investment and job creation.
The free cluster map is a component of the U.S.-Mexico High Level Economic Dialogue (HLED) and was made public in July 2016 in conjunction with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto’s visit to Washington, D.C.
Based on census data from 2014, the map (available in English and Spanish) identifies strategic sectors across Mexico's 32 states and provides economic analysis to support development strategies.
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Example of Mexico Cluster Mapping
The Mexico National Cluster Map is essential for understanding the competitive landscape of North America and facilitating regional collaboration. The U.S. and Mexican maps will help regions work together to capitalize on assets and discuss best practices in economic development, policy, and innovation.
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