Nicaragua Imports Less Appliances

The decrease of 5% registered in 2017 with respect to the previous year was explained by a 23% and 9% fall in the import of monitors and refrigerators, respectively.

Thursday, March 8, 2018

In contrast to the behavior of imports of monitors and refrigerators, washing machines and radio and television broadcasting devices showed increases of 23% and 17%, respectively.

See also: "Central America imports more washing machines"

The report on Foreign Trade 2017 by the Central Bank details that imports of mobile phones fell 2% in 2017 with respect to 2016. Together with the monitors and refrigerators, these three products accounted for 72% of the total imports of household appliances

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Figures from the information system on the the household appliances market in Central America, compiled by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData: [GRAFICA caption = "Click to interact with the graph"]

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