Chemical Products: Trade with Mexico

In 2017, exports of chemical products from Guatemala to Mexico totaled $17 million.

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Exports by country 
In 2017, the main exporter of diverse products from the chemical industry from Central America to Mexico was Guatemala, with $17 million, followed by Honduras, with one million dollars, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama, with less than one million dollars each. For its part, El Salvador did not register significant sales.  

Variation of regional exports  

Between 2016 and 2017 the value sold from the region to Mexico grew by 3%, going from $18.3 million to $19 million. 

The growth recorded in 2017 confirms the upward trend in exports observed over the last four years ago, as between 2013 and 2017 sales of chemical products to the North American country increased to an annual average of 56%. 

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