Trade & relations between Australia & Mexico.

 Australia & Mexico work together in some forums such as APEC, the G20, Climate Change negotiations, the World Trade Organization, the International Whaling Commission and within the United Nations.

Mexico was Australia's largest merchandise trading partner in Latin America in 2010-11.

Also the Australian Government is working actively to promote and facilitate bilateral trade. The Australian Embassy and Austrade work closely with Australian companies in a range of sectors to help enhance new market opportunities in Mexico.[1]

[1] http://www.dfat.gov.au/geo/mexico/mexico_brief.html

Useful links

Australia in brief (2012)

Australian Government

Australian Trade Commission (Austrade)

Embassy of Australia in Mexico
Embassy of Mexico in Australia

Tourism Australia


Australian Innovation


22,507,617 (July 2014 est.)

Population Growth Rate

1.09% (2014 est.)

Urban Areas

Sydney 4.543 million; Melbourne 3.961 million; Brisbane 2.039 million; Perth 1.649 million; Adelaide 1.198 million; CANBERRA (capital) 399,000 (2011)


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