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How much foreign aid does the United States give to Mexico?

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In 2016, the United States gave Mexico $160.16 million in foreign aid. Of that amount, $78 million, the largest segment, was designated for democracy, human rights and governance. The next largest amount, $71.66 million, was designated for peace and security, and $10.5 million was designated for the environment.

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How much foreign aid does the United States give to Mexico?
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Out of the $78 million designated for democracy, human rights, and governance, 62% of it ($48.57 million) was designated for the rule of law and human rights, 29% ($22.73 million) was designated for good governance, and 9% ($6.7 million) was designated for civil society.

Out of the $71.66 million designated for peace and security, 80% of it ($57.5 million) was designated for counter-narcotics efforts, 12% ($8.5 million) was designated for stabilization operations and security sector reform, and the remaining 8% was designated for peace and security, counter-terrorism, and combating weapons of mass destruction.

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