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U.S. Government Resources

  • U.S. Commercial Service Mexico: Provides various services for U.S. companies looking to export to Mexico or Mexican firms looking to invest in the U.S.
  • SelectUSA: SelectUSA provides state economic development agencies and businesses with the information they need to better understand the complete value proposition offered to firms located in the United States.  And it provides potential Mexican investors with relevant information on investing in the United States.
  • The USDA's Agricultural Trade Office:  ATO assists U.S. companies in market development and promotion of U.S. food and agricultural products.
  • The U.S. Embassy Economic Office:  The Economic Section is responsible for analyzing and reporting on economic developments in Mexico, as well as safeguarding and promoting U.S. economic interests. The section handles a broad array of bilateral and multilateral issues and also advocates on behalf of U.S. businesses, promotes U.S. goods in the Mexican market, and identifies and eliminates barriers to market access for U.S. companies.
  • Brings together resources from across the U.S. Government to assist American businesses in planning their international sales strategies and succeed in today’s global marketplace. also hosts information on the National Export Initiative.
  • Export Import Bank of the United States: The Ex-Im Bank provides financing for imports of U.S. goods and other trade financing services.  
  • National IPR Center: The National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center stands at the forefront of the U.S. government’s response to global intellectual property (IP) theft.
  • Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR): USTR provides expertise on bilateral trade and investment issues, international commodity agreements and other trade issues.   
  • Overseas Private Investment Corporation: OPIC provides investors with financing, guarantees, political risk insurance, and support for private equity investment funds.
  • The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA): The SBA provides support to U.S. small businesses and small–business owners across the nation through capital (loans), access to federal contracts, and counseling.
  • U.S. Trade and Development Agency: USTDA links U.S. businesses to export opportunities by funding project planning activities, pilot projects, and reverse trade missions while creating sustainable infrastructure and economic growth in partner countries.

Other Resources

  • American Chamber of Commerce in Mexico: AmChams advance the interests of American business overseas.  They are voluntary associations of American companies and individuals doing business in a particular country, as well as firms and individuals of that country who operate in the U.S. 
  • ProMexico: Provides information and tools for those interested in doing business in Mexico.
  • US-Mexico Business Council: An online resource for business leaders who wants to learn more about the US-Mexico economic relationship and the Council’s programs, publications, events and activities.
  • Mexican Secretariat of Foreign Affairs: Provides information on foreign affairs of importance to the Mexican State.