Nicaragua: Poultry Exports Rose 17%

In 2010 it exported 218 million pounds, 33 million more than in 2009.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Alfredo Velez, corporate vice president of Tip Top Industries, said the sector is expected to grow 10% this year.

He added, "Exports to Venezuela are in the process of closing since so far we have completed the technical analysis and logistics, once this agreement is complete, it will take three months to start shipments to that market because the chicken which goes to Venezuela will be an additional production above the local production."

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Nicaraguan Exports Up 15%

May 2012

In the first quarter, the country exported $970 million, 14.8% more than the $845 million in the same period in 2011, registering an increase of volume of exports.

The figures were reported by the State Center for Exports (Cetrex).

The agency also indicated an increase of 12.5 percent in volume of sales abroad, registering 727 metric tonnes between January and April, up from 646 tonnes in the first quarter of 2011, reports

Exports Still Growing in Nicaragua

June 2011

Led by coffee, beef, gold, sugar cane, and peanuts, from January to June 2011, Nicaraguan exports grew by 29% during the first half of 2010.

According to information from the Center for Exports the main export was coffee, at $334.4 million, followed by beef, at $187.8 million,

Guatemala Exported $ 8,466 Million in 2010

February 2011

2010 closed with record exports, an increase of 17.4% compared to 2009.

Revenues from traditional exports (sugar, coffee, bananas, oil and cardamom) were $ 2,316 million, according to the Bank of Guatemala.

"Sugar sales generated revenues of $ 725.9 million, up 43 percent versus $ 507.7 million in 2009, coffee exports totaled $ 705.5 million, an increase of 21.8 percent, and oil rose 19 percent to $ 227.7 million" , reports

Nicaragua Plans to Sell Over $200 Million to Venezuela

March 2010

Antenor Rosales, president of the Central Bank of Nicaragua, stated that in 2010 the country will sell over $200 million to Venezuela.

Some of these transactions will be conducted using SUCRE, an accounting unit devised by the Bolivarian Alliance of the Americas (ALBA).

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