Mexico has secured agreements with Canada and the United States on improving product standards and hygiene, President Felipe Calderon said here on Monday.
"The agreements will help improve standards of our products, animal and plant hygiene," Calderon told a press conference, after two days of North American leaders' summit in Guadalajara, capital of the western Mexican state of Jalisco.
He added that the agreements would boost economic competitiveness in the region.
Mexico and the United States have agreed to improve customs services on shared border and to boost security and economic competitiveness, said Calderon.
The three nations also discussed issues of clean energy and the fight against A/H1N1 virus.
The United States had twice banned the import of Mexican products due to food hygiene concerns.