Nicaraguan Exports Fall by 17.8%

Foreign sales were down by 17.8% in volume and 10.4% in value in February.

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

El Nuevo Diario published on its website: In February 2008, exports were $144 million, while the amount reported was $130 million during the same period this year, according to CETREX (The Center for Export Procedures) figures. It reflected a drop of $14 million during the month. Export volume decreased from 157 thousand tons in February 2008 to 129 thousand tons during the same month this year. The aggregate for the first two months of the year (January-February 2009) shows a drop in exports of 19% in value and 21.9% in volume, according to CETREX."



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