The United States is on track to overtake Mexico as the world’s largest fiber exporter, and the United States could soon be leading the charge as the largest exporter of plastic, according to a new report from the Federal Trade Commission.
The report estimates that by 2025, the U.S. will overtake Mexico in terms of total fiber volume, and it predicts that by 2028, the United Kingdom will be the world leader in total plastic volume.
The United States and Mexico already have significant economic and political differences over trade and economic policy, but the report’s authors say the two countries could become even closer as the U,S.
and Mexico work to address barriers to trade and trade policy in general.
According to the report, the two nations already share nearly 20% of the world total market for plastic.
Mexico’s population is about 12% smaller than the United Stations, which could create opportunities for the two to develop a strong relationship.
And in 2025, Mexico will account for about 40% of all plastic consumed in the United Sates, according the report.
The report’s findings are based on data from the U of S and Mexico’s Trade and Economic Statistics.
The TPP is a free trade agreement between the U’s four countries.