Mexico is the largest market for exports of California-made goods. In 2015, California exported $26.8 billion in goods to Mexico, accounting for 16.2 percent of California’s overall merchandise exports. The highest export to Mexico from California has been computers and electronic products, but the state also exports agricultural products like fruits, nuts, cereals and beverages, including wine.

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