Tucson is located only 64 miles (103 kilometers) north of the Mexican border and the Nogales point of entry. As the major commercial entry point closest to Arizona’s 300 miles of international border with Mexico, it is uniquely and strategically located as a gateway for international trade. The city’s proximity to Mexican cities and other growing southwestern U.S. cities places it in a favorable position to serve local, regional and global markets. There are over 34 million people in just a 500-mile radius of Tucson.
Mexico Trade Market Snapshot for Tucson, Arizona
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