Purchases and Sales of Glass in Central America

In 2015 Guatemala led the import of glass and glassware in the region, with 87,000 tons worth $63 million, followed by Costa Rica, which bought from abroad 84,000 tons, for $60 million.

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Central American Imports for Glass and its Manufactures Al September 30th, 2019  

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Market figures for glass and glassware in Central America compiled by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData.com show that in 2015 the countries in Central America together imported 331,000 tons of glass and glassware, equivalent to $287 million. 

In the case of imports and manufactures of glass made in Panama, it can be seen that in 2015 the country bought 48,755 tonnes in total, with a value of $63 million.

Together Guatemala and Costa Rica, the major exporters, sold abroad 205,000 tons of glass and glass products, worth $150 million.

CentralAmericaData.com has available detailed information on the import and export of products such as glass bottles, glass tableware, kitchenware, bathroom glassware, floating glass, safety glass, bevelled glass, curved glass, crystals and other products.

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