Central Reserve Bank: Peru’s Non-Traditional Exports Stand Out in the Region

The non-traditional exports of Peru accumulated in the last 12 months (until may), an increase of 5.3%. This represents the second largest expansion among the main countries of the region, said today the Central Reserve Bank (BCR).

In the aforementioned period, Mexico recorded an advance of 6.7%, Peru of 5.3%, Chile of 3.7%, while Colombia and Brazil fell 0.4% and 0.9% respectively. In the period January-May 2019, exports of non-traditional products accumulated 5.309 million dollars, an amount 0.4% higher in relation to last year’s same period.

In this period, there were greater export figures for grapes (18.4%), squid (10.3%), fresh avocados (1.5%), calcium phosphates (6.1%) and blueberries (68.1%), among other products.

Fuente: Andina https://andina.pe/agencia/noticia-bcr-exportaciones-no-tradicionales-peru-destacan-la-region-757942.aspx

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