As a result of intense negotiations, Mexico achieved the right balance between interests and sensitivities in areas such as the auto-automotive chain, textiles and clothing, and agricultural produce such as rice, meat, and dairy products.

The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement will lead to greater investment opportunities and well-paid jobs for Mexicans.

The 11 countries that are also part of TPP account for nearly three quarters of Mexico’s  foreign trade and are the source of over half the investment received by the country since 1999.