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Unformatted text preview: a in terms of total dollar revenue generated from the purchase of Colorado exports. In 2010, Mexico purchased roughly $590 million of Colorado-made products. While the primary sectors included meat continued on page 104 103 2012 Colorado Business Economic Outlook International Trade continued from page 103 products, photographic or cinematographic goods, and industrial machinery (including computers), the environmental goods category has also experienced significant growth. These sectors have continually ranked highest in the areas of Mexican purchasing over the last five years and should continue to offer strong prospects for Colorado companies seeking to enter the Mexican market. Also of importance to U.S. exporters was a recent announcement from the Mexican government on October 21, 2011, eliminating all retaliatory tariffs that had been imposed on certain U.S. goods in a dispute over the U.S.-Mexico cross-border longhaul trucking pilot program. Brazil Brazil has experienced a rapid and pronounced economic expansion over the last decade. The Brazilian economy’s solid performance during the financial cris...
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2013 for the course MGMT 231 taught by Professor Yu during the Spring '13 term at Bauder.

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