Querétaro, seventh entity with the most manufacturing exports

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In addition, Querétaro is the eleventh entity nationally in exports of all types of inputs in the country.

According to the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Inegi), exports for the second quarter of 2023 indicate that the states with the greatest contribution to the total value of exports were: Chihuahua (13.8 percent), Coahuila de Zaragoza (12 percent), percent), Nuevo León (10.4 percent), Baja California (10.3 percent) and Guanajuato (6.1 percent). Together, these entities added up to 52.6 percent. While the state of Querétaro is the eleventh most exporting entity (in all types of inputs), with an export value of 4,742.2 million dollars, covering 3.5 percent of the exports of all of Mexico.

In the case of the state of Querétaro, the entity is located in the seventh position of the states with the highest manufacturing exports in general. Within the states, exports from the manufacturing sector predominated, with the exception of Guerrero, Baja California Sur, Quintana Roo, Campeche, Tabasco, Michoacán, Nayarit, Chiapas and Sinaloa. In these, exports from the mining sector (oil and non-oil) and agriculture stood out.

The first manufacturing exporting states are Hidalgo, Nuevo León, State of Mexico, Mexico City, San Luis Potosí, Aguascalientes, Querétaro and Coahuila.

The Inegi, through the results of the Quarterly Exports by Federal Entity (ETEF) corresponding to the second quarter of 2023, highlights that the value of said exports for the first three sites was 134 thousand 995.3 million dollars for Chihuahua; 18 thousand 673.8 million dollars for Coahuila; and 16,230.6 million dollars for Nuevo León.

In their annual comparison, the five entities with the greatest increases in the value of their exports were: Colima, with 29.4 percent; Hidalgo, 28.7 percent; Aguascalientes, 16.3 percent; Mexico, 14.7 percent and San Luis Potosí, with 14 percent.

In the April-June 2023 quarter, the Transportation Equipment Manufacturing subsector stood out for its participation in the total value of exports (38.9 percent). The states with the greatest contribution in this activity were: Coahuila de Zaragoza (20.6 percent), Guanajuato (10.6 percent), Nuevo León (9.5 percent), Chihuahua (8.6 percent) and México (7.4 percent). These entities concentrated 56.7 percent of the value of these exports.

The states with the highest exports of computing, communication, measurement equipment and other electronic equipment, components and accessories were: Chihuahua (40.4 percent), Baja California (18.2 percent), Jalisco (18 percent), Tamaulipas (7.5 percent percent) and Nuevo León (6.4 percent). Together, they added up to 90.5 percent.

In the second quarter of 2023, the entities that contributed the most to the exports of accessory manufacturing equipment, electrical appliances and electrical energy generation equipment were: Nuevo León (27.5 percent), Chihuahua (13.5 percent), Tamaulipas ( 12 percent), Baja California (10.7 percent) and Coahuila de Zaragoza (9.5 percent). These entities accounted for 73.3 percent of the total exports of this subsector.

In the second quarter of this year, the entities that exported the Oil and Gas Extraction subsector were: Campeche (56.3 percent), Tabasco (37.4 percent), Veracruz de Ignacio de la Llave (4.3 percent), Chiapas (1.4 percent) and Tamaulipas (0.6 percent). Together, they made up 100 percent of the exports of this subsector.

During the reference period, the states with the highest participation in exports of the Agriculture subsector were: Michoacán de Ocampo (22.1 percent), Sonora (18.9 percent), Sinaloa (13.5 percent), Baja California (10.4 percent), Guanajuato (6.8 percent) and Jalisco (5.8 percent). The six entities added up to 77.6 percent.

Source: AM Queretaro