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 Japan-Mexico
Japan and Mexico signed a bilateral free trade agreement in September 2004. It took effect in April 2005.

Japan initiated this deal because it felt disadvantaged in the Mexican market against both the US (because of NAFTA) and Europe (because of the EU-Mexico bilateral trade deal, which was also spurred by NAFTA).

last update: May 2012

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