Each day, the U.S. conducts more than $3.3 billion in trade with its North American neighbors.
Nearly 33% of all U.S. agricultural exports and 45% of manufactured exports were purchased by our hemispheric neighbors in 2016.
Exports to Canada and Mexico generate nearly $37,000 in annual export revenue for every American factory worker.
The U.S. is the single largest investing country in Latin America and the Caribbean, investing nearly $847.6 billion, which is eleven times larger than U.S. direct investments in China.
Canada and Mexico purchased 1/3 of all U.S. manufactured goods in 2016.
Trade with Canada and Mexico supports nearly 14 million U.S. jobs, and nearly 5 million of these jobs are supported by the increase in trade facilitated by NAFTA.