The graph below was created by using Google’s graph tools.
The line graph shows the imports of goods and services by Mexico from 2000 to 2010. The increase from 2000 to 2010 is 130 %.
Import growth rates might be useful for targeting countries where import growth is high. Mexico’s 130 % growth in recent years compares to: Indonesia – 249 %; South Africa – 219 %; Russia – 209 %; Israel – 49 %; and Belgium – 46 %.
The graph’s data was obtained from a Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis’s website. Data at this website can be obtained by clicking here.