Central American Trade Statistics 2005-2010

Compendium updated on August 2010 with information on a monthly basis on imports and exports within and outside the region.

Monday, November 1, 2010

The Central American Economic Integration Department (SIECA) reported publication of a statistical report with commercial and economic information to assist with analysis and decision making.

The report "Monthly Trade Statistics 2005-2010" is a compendium fully updated to August of this year, containing information on imports and exports for a period of 68 months, divided into three main categories: total trade, trade within the Common Market and trade with the rest of the world. It allows assessing of trade trends before, during and after the international economic and financial crisis.

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Central America Foreign Trade January-October 2013

March 2014

Central American exports between January and October 2013 amounted to $25.189 million, 2.2 % less than in the same period in 2012.

From a Bulletin by the Foreign Trade Office at SIECA January-October 2013

Total Central American exports accumulated from January to October 2013 amounted to U.S.

Year 2012 Foreign Trade Figures

April 2013

The region's exports in 2012 have been valued at $29.636 billion FOB, which is an increase of 7% compared to the exports recorded in 2011.

Newsletter: January-December 2012

Central America, April 5, 2013. The region's exports had an FOB value of USD $29.6359 billion during 2012, which is an increase of 7.0% compared to exports recorded in the previous year (U.S. $27.6983 billion).

Central American International Trade Statistics

March 2010

International Trade Informaction, Trade Balance, Product Analysis, Top Partners, Top Products.


Original Country Data: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua

Trade Statistics for Central America

April 2009

Exports and Imports, Remittances, Economic Activity, Exchange Rate and Inflation in the 2009 SIECA Statistical Report.

The SIECA Secretary General, Yolanda Mayora de Gavidia presented the report as follows:

Central American economic integration is subject to permanent changes to individual member countries, regionally and internationally.

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