Tractors: More Business with Mexico in 2018

Last year, Central American companies added $180 million in tractor purchases, and imports from Mexico increased 22% over 2017.

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Imports by Country
During 2018, the main buyer of tractors in Central America was Guatemala, with $42 million, followed by Panama, with $40 million, Costa Rica, with $38 million, Honduras, with $25 million, Nicaragua, with $17 million and El Salvador, with $16 million.

Origin of Imports
Last year, 44% of the value imported from Central America was from the U.S., 24% from Mexico, 10% from Brazil, 4% from Italy and 3% from China.

Variation of Regional Imports
Between 2017 and 2018, the value imported into the region decreased by 4%, from $187 million to $180 million.

In contrast to the general behavior of regional imports, for the years concerned Central American purchases from Mexico grew 22%, rising from $36.5 million to $44.6 million.

Note: For this report, prepared by CentralAmericaData, SIECA data were used.

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