Central America: Non-Alcoholic Beverages in 2017

Over the past year, countries in the region imported $448 million worth of non-alcoholic beverages, and 42% of the total was purchased by companies in Panama and Guatemala.

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Import of non-alcoholic beverages in Central America Al June 30th, 2019  

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Imports by country 
In 2017, the main buyer of non-alcoholic beverages in Central America was Panama, with $99 million, followed by Guatemala, with $87 million, Honduras, with $75 million, El Salvador, with $71 million, Nicaragua, with $66 million and Costa Rica, with $51 million. 

Variation of regional imports  
Between 2016 and 2017 the value imported into the region fell by 2%, decreasing from $458 million to $449 million. This decrease is the first fall in imports in the last five years, as from 2013 to 2016 purchases grew at an annual average of 9%.

For the years in question, imports from South Korea increased by 5%, as purchases in the Asian country increased from $15.5 million to $16.2 million.

Origin of imports 
In 2017, 18% of the value imported into the region came from the USA, 4% from South Korea, 3% from Mexico and 1% from Austria.

South Korea is the market origin of imports that has grown the most, as in 2012 it represented 1% of total regional purchases and in 2017 this figure reached 4%.

Regarding total imports represented by intraregional trade, last year the exchange between countries in the region reached 69% of the total purchased, which is equivalent to $316 million.

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