Communication Radios: Nicaragua, Main Importer

By 2021, purchases of communication radios reached $69 million in Central America, with Nicaragua being the main importer in the Central American region for $15 million, the largest supplier was China with 37% of total sales, representing $25 million.

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Import of communication radios in Central America Al December 31st, 2021  


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Nicaraguan Companies, Main Buyers
In 2021, the main importing country in Central America was Nicaragua with $15 million, followed by Panama with $11 million, Costa Rica with $9 million, Guatemala with $7 million, El Salvador with $6 million and Honduras with $5 million.

However, the Central American countries increased their imports of communication radios by 53% in Nicaragua, 40% in El Salvador, 38% in Guatemala, 35% in Costa Rica, 1% in Panama and only Honduras had an imperceptible negative percentage variation of 0.21%.

Origin of Imports
During 2021, 37% of the value imported from Central America came from China, 24% from the USA, Hong Kong with 8%, 7% from Mexico and 4% from Estonia.

For the period in question in recent years China has been the market of origin of imports that has grown the most, since in 2012 it represented 11.92% of total purchases and in 2021 that proportion rose to 36.67%.

Regional Business Upward
Between 2020 and the same period of 2021, the imported value of communication radios in the region rose 31%, growing from $52 million to $69 million.

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