Salvadoran Exports Down 17%

In the first half of the year $2.3 billion were exported, 17% less than the same period of 2008.

Monday, August 31, 2009

The country received $269.2 million for 'traditional' products (coffee, cotton, sugar and shrimp), according to data from the Central Bank.

"... for 'non-traditional' products (minerals, food, iron and steel products, water, paper, non alcohol beverages, among others), the country received $1.146 million", reported

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