Mexico May Soon Reach Free Trade Deal With Peru, Ferrari Says
Mexico currently exports $974 million a year to Peru, which represents 0.3 percent of Mexican exports and accounts for 3.4 percent of Peru’s imports, according to a document Ferrari presented at Congress today.
Mexican exports to Peru would increase to $2.7 billion under a free-trade agreement, the document said.
Mexico’s Senate must ratify trade agreements reached by the government, according to Mexican law.
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