Veterinary Vaccines: Guatemala is the Main Importer in 2020

In 2020, Guatemala acquired the largest share of veterinary vaccines in the Central American market with $15.2 million, the main seller being the United States with 35.65%, equivalent to $12.4 million in the region.

Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Vaccines for Veterinary Use Imports in Central America Al December 31st, 2020  

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Imports by Country
During 2020, the main buyer of veterinary vaccines in Central America was Guatemala with $15.2 million, followed by Costa Rica with $10.9 million, Honduras with $6.6 million, El Salvador with $6.4 million, Nicaragua with $4 million and Panama with $3.9 million.

Variation of Regional Imports
Between 2019 and 2020, the imported value of veterinary vaccines in Central America decreased 18.64%, going from $42.7 million to $34.7 million.

Meanwhile, purchases of vaccines from Mexico fell from $8.2 million to $7.4 million.

Origin of Imports
Last year, 35.65% of the value imported from Central America came from the USA, 21.24% from Mexico, Panama with 12.75%, the Netherlands with 9.39%, Spain with 6.58%, France with 3.25% and Germany with 2.01%.

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Central America Buys More Veterinary Vaccines

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During the last year, companies from Central American countries purchased $43 million in vaccines for animal use abroad, 13% more than in 2017.

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Vaccines for Veterinary Use in Central America

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In 2017, countries in the region purchased from abroad $38 million worth of vaccines for animal use, and 71% were imported by companies in Guatemala, Costa Rica and El Salvador.

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Growth in Imports of Vaccines for Veterinary Use

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Between 2015 and 2016 imports of vaccines for veterinary use in Central America grew by 7%, going from $36 million in 2015 to $39 million in 2016.

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