More Alcoholic Beverages Imported into Central America

From January to June 2018, Central American companies imported $176 million worth of alcoholic beverages, 24% more than what was purchased during the same period in 2017.

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Imports by country
From January to June 2018, the largest buyer of alcoholic beverages in Central America remained Guatemala, with $45 million, followed by Panama, with $39 million, Costa Rica, with $36 million, Honduras, with $31 million, El Salvador, with $20 million and Nicaragua, with $6 million.

Variation in regional imports
Between the first half of 2017 and the same period in 2018, the value imported into the region increased 24%, from $143 million to $176 million.

For the periods concerned, imports from Mexico increased 41%, as purchases from U.S. companies grew from $33 million to $46 million.

Origin of imports
In the first six months of last year, 26% of the value imported into the region was from Mexico, 21% from the U.S., 8% from the United Kingdom and 6% from Chile.

Mexico is the source market of imports that has grown the most in the first half of the last six years, since in 2013 represented 13% of total regional purchases and in 2018 reached 26%.

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