Central America Imports Fewer Video Cameras

From January to June 2019, companies in the region allocated $31 million to the import of video cameras, 3% less than the amount reported for the same period in 2018.

Thursday, December 5, 2019

Import of video cameras in Central America Al June 30th, 2019  

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Slight Decrease in Regional Business

Between the first half of 2018 and the same period in 2019, the value imported of TV cameras, digital cameras and video cameras in Central America registered a slight fall, falling $32.2 million to $31.2 million.

Panama, Main Importer
From January to June the main buyers in the region were Costa Rica and Panama, with $8 million each, followed by Guatemala, with $7 million, Honduras, with $4 million, El Salvador, with $3 million and Nicaragua, with $1 million.

U.S., Top Seller
During the first half of the year 35% of the value imported into the region came from the U.S., 33% from China, 4% from Spain and 3% from Taiwan.

China is the market of origin of imports that has grown the most for the period in question in recent years, as in 2012 represented 20% of total purchases in Central America, and in 2019 that proportion rose to 33%.

Note: For this report, prepared by CentralAmericaData, SIECA data were used.

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