Panama's exports in 2010

The fastest growing products reported in 2010 were cocoa beans with 195% and sugar cane with 94%.

Friday, February 18, 2011

According to the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, of the twenty most exported products, ten of them reported significant growth.

"Of those 20 products, 17 agricultural exports reported increases during that period, including sugar cane with 94%, ethyl alcohol 159%, cocoa beans 195%, palm oil 217%, prepared or preserved meat with 39%, fruit juice 46%, unroasted coffee 39%, frozen bovine meat 55%, cheese 69%, eggs 20%, other milk 16%; and vegetables 17%, among others," informs

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A lack of incentives, slow modernization and increased worldwide competition have weakened the country's agro-export sector.

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Cocoa and Palm Oil Lead Panamanian Exports

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During the first 11 months of 2010, cocoa and palm oil were the 2 agricultural products which increased their sales the most.

According to the Commerce and Industry Ministry (Mici), cocoa exports increased from $ 957.8 thousand in the first 10 months of 2009 to $ 2.8 million in the same period of 2010. During the same time-frame, palm oil exports rose from $ 781.4 thousand to $ 4.15 million.

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