Mexico-Chile trade grows 9 percent annually
Bilateral trade between Mexico and Chile has grown at an average rate of 9 percent annually since 1999, when both countries implemented a free trade accord, the Chilean foreign trade relations authority, Direcon, said.
During that period, Chilean exports to Mexico grew 5 percent annually on average, while Mexico's sales to Chile grew 11 percent.
Last year, Mexico accounted for 2.5 percent of Chile's total foreign trade, and became the South American country's seventh trade partner.
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