Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement

Code 25 (Harmonized System 2012 by 2 digits)

 2020: US$1.39B, Total Trade Exchange

2020: US$798M, International Sales

  2020: US$596M, International Purchases

In 2020, the trade exchange (includes international purchases and sales) of Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement was N/A.

In 2020, the states with the most international sales in Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement were San Luis Potosí (US$209M), Nuevo León (US$176M), Chihuahua (US$63.1M), Quintana Roo (US$52.1M), and Coahuila de Zaragoza (US$47.3M).

In the same year, the states with the most international purchases were Michoacán de Ocampo (US$136M), Nuevo León (US$126M), Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave (US$77.1M), Ciudad de México (US$37.1M), and Estado de México (US$34.3M).

In 2020, the main commercial destinations of Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement were United States (US$409M), Italy (US$47.5M), China (US$28.8M), Brazil (US$22.4M), and Guatemala (US$18.7M).

In the same year, the main commercial origins of Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement were United States (US$294M), Morocco (US$180M), Canada (US$25.7M), Spain (US$13.6M), and China (US$13M).

In the global context, the main exporting countries of Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement in 2019 were China (US$3.9B), Turkey (US$3.21B), and United States (US$2.56B). In the same year, the main importing countries of Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement were China (US$6.75B), United States (US$4.12B), and India (US$2.8B).

Trade Balance of Mexico

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Net Trade Balance

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N/A, Total Trade Exchange (2020)

In 2020, the total trade exchange of Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement in Mexico (including international purchases and sales) was N/A.

The visualizations show the net balance of Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement at the level of states and countries. Colors more similar to blue, indicate that the territory presented a higher level of international sales. Colors more similar to red, indicate that the territory presented a higher level of international purchases.

Net International Trade

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February, 2021: US$46.2M, International Purchases

 February, 2021: US$68.8M, International Sales

In February 2021, international sales of Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement were US$68.8M, while international purchases reached US$46.2M. The above results in a trade balance of $ 22.6M.

Market Concentration

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The visualization shows the quarterly concentration of international sales of Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement at state level.

Exchange by Territory

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International Sales

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San Luis Potosí: US$209M, State with the Most International Sales (2020)

United States: US$409M, Main commercial destination (2020)

In 2020, the states with the highest international sales in Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement were San Luis Potosí (US$209M), Nuevo León (US$176M), Chihuahua (US$63.1M), Quintana Roo (US$52.1M), and Coahuila de Zaragoza (US$47.3M).

In 2020, the countries with the most international purchases from Mexico were United States (US$409M), Italy (US$47.5M), China (US$28.8M), Brazil (US$22.4M), and Guatemala (US$18.7M).

International Purchases

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Michoacán de Ocampo: US$136M, State with the Most International Purchases (2020)

United States: US$294M, Main Commercial Origin (2020)

In 2020, the states with the highest international in Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement were Michoacán de Ocampo (US$136M), Nuevo León (US$126M), Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave (US$77.1M), Ciudad de México (US$37.1M), and Estado de México (US$34.3M).

The countries with the most international sales to Mexico were United States (US$294M), Morocco (US$180M), Canada (US$25.7M), Spain (US$13.6M), and China (US$13M).

Specialization

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Specialization by State

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The RCA-Complexity  diagram compares the Revelead Comparative Advantages of states in Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement  and the Economic Complexity Index of each state.

RCA values ​​greater than 1 indicate that the state has comparative advantages in Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement. On the other hand, high levels of complexity (ECI) are associated with higher levels of income, potential for economic growth, lower income inequality and lower emissions.

Origins and Trade Destinations

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  • 1.82%, Mexican share in global exports - 2019
  • 1.13%, Mexican share in global imports - 2019

The visualizations show the global market for Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement. In both charts, Mexico stands out in order to identify its participation in the export and import market.

In 2019, the main exporting countries of Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement were China (US$3.9B), Turkey (US$3.21B), and United States (US$2.56B). In the same year, the main importing countries for Salt; Sulfur; Earths and Stone; Gypsum, Lime and Cement were China (US$6.75B), United States (US$4.12B), and India (US$2.8B).