Purchases of Veterinary Vaccines up 18%.

During the first semester of 2020, companies from Central American countries bought abroad $23 million in vaccines for animal use, 18% more than what was reported for the same period in 2019.

Thursday, January 14, 2021

Vaccines for Veterinary Use Imports in Central America Al June 30th, 2021  

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Guatemala, Main Importer 
From January to June 2020 the main buyer of veterinary vaccines in Central America was Guatemala, with $7 million, followed by Costa Rica, with $6 million, Honduras and El Salvador, with $3 million each, and Nicaragua and Panama, with $2 million each.

For the period under analysis, all markets in the region increased their imports in year-on-year terms.

Nicaragua was the country that most increased its purchases, reporting a 44% variation, followed by Panama with 36%, Costa Rica with 22%, Honduras with 17%, Guatemala with 9% and El Salvador with 9%.

Regional Imports Upwards
Between the first half of 2019 and the same period in 2020, the value of veterinary vaccine imports into Central America increased 18%, from $19.7 million to $23.3 million.

On the other hand, vaccine purchases from the United States grew 18%, from $7.4 million to $8.8 million.

The U.S. and Mexico, Main Suppliers to the Central American Market
In the first six months of 2020, 38% of the value imported from Central America came from the United States, 19% from Mexico, 10% from the Netherlands, 7% from Spain and 3% from France.

The Netherlands is one of the supplier countries that in recent years has gained the most ground in the regional market, since by the first half of 2012 imports from that country represented 4% and in 2020 that proportion rose to 10%.

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

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