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India – Mexico bilateral relations

India – Mexico bilateral relations


Mexico–India  relations  (Spanish:  Relaciones  India-México),  also  called  Mexican-Indian  relations  or  Indo- Mexican relations, refers to the diplomatic relations between India and Mexico. Both nations are members of the G-20 major economies and the United Nations.

Bilateral Agreements

Both nations have signed numerous bilateral agreements such as an:

  1. Agreement on Cultural Cooperation (1975);
  2. Agreement on Scientific and Technical Cooperation (1975);
  3. Agreement on Economic and Financial Cooperation (1982);
  4. Agreement on Touristic Cooperation (1996);
  5. Memorandum of Understanding on Communication Cooperation (1996);
  6. Agreement on Cultural and Educational Exchanges (2005);
  7. Agreement on Visa Exemption for Official and Diplomatic Passports (2005);
  8. Extradition treaty (2006);
  9. Agreement on the Promotion and Reciprocal Protection of Investments (2007);
  10. An Air service agreement (2008).


In 2018, two-way trade between both nations amounted to US$10 billion. India’s main exports to Mexico include:  textiles, gems,  jewelry,  leather  and software.  Mexico’s  main exports  to  India  include: petroleum, machinery, fertilizers and chemicals. Several Mexican multinational companies operate in India such as Cinépolis, Gruma, Grupo Bimbo, KidZania, and Nemak. Approximately 174 Indian companies invest and operate in Mexico.

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