Guatemalan Exports Up 16%

In the month of September $ 6,284 million were exported, 16% higher than the same period of 2009.

Friday, November 12, 2010

The items which determined the increase are oil, sugar, cardamom, bananas and coffee.

"According to Banguat the total foreign sales of major products accounted for 28.9 percent, equivalent to U.S. $ 1 billion 815.6 million. Exports to Central America were 28.1 percent (U.S. $ 1 billion 767.7 million)." Prensalibre.com reports, "The worldwide sales accounted for 43 percent (U.S. $ 2 billion 700.8 million)."



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Data on External Trade January-November 2012

March 2013

Central American countries exported $27.3 billion FOB from January to November 2012, growing by 8.3% compared to the same period in 2011.

From a bulletin by the Secretariat of Central American Economic Integration (SIECA):

CENTRAL AMERICAN EXTERNAL TRADE
Newsletter: January-November 2012

Central America Exported 22% more in 2011

May 2012

Panama's exports grew by about 33%, those of Nicaragua by 30% , Guatemala’s by 27%, Honduras’ by 26%, El Salvador’s by 18% and Costa Rica’s by 10%.

The Central American countries together exported goods worth $52 billion in 2011, 22.3% more than in 2010, reported the Secretariat of Central American Economic Integration (Sieca) this week.

Guatemala Imports More than $1.1 Billion from China

April 2012

The total value of Chinese products entering the country could be triple that amount, due to triangulation in global trade.

Guatemala imported goods from the People's Republic of China (PRC) worth $1.14 billion in 2011, reported the Bank of Guatemala (Banguat).

In January this year, purchases amounted to $103.2 million, demonstrating an upward trend, as this figure is 44.9% more than in the corresponding period in 2011 ($71.2 million).

Guatemala: Trade Balance is in Deficit But Stable

October 2011

Imports grew, but so did exports, giving stability to the trade deficit.

Between January and August, exports and imports grew by 26% and 24% respectively compared to the same period last year.

The data is the result of the dynamism experienced by Guatemalan foreign trade, which driven by strong domestic economic activity, is growing significantly.

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