The trade volume between Nigeria and Mexico grew by 245 percent from $166.5 million in 2012 to $575 million in 2014.
The ambassador of Mexico to Nigeria, Marco Blanco, who told newsmen in Abuja on Monday, said that Nigeria was Mexico’s largest trade partner in Africa.
Blanco said Nigeria and Mexico signed four trade agreements in December 2014 to strengthen the trade bilateral relationship between the two countries.
“Our bilateral trade, if well still incipient, went from $166.5 million in 2012 to $575 million in 2014, which is equivalent to a growth of 245.43 percent. This amount is the largest record historically. By …Read More
Source:: New Mail