Veterinary Vaccines: Regional Purchases Remain Stable

For the second quarter of 2021, purchases of vaccines for veterinary use remained at $23 million, the main supplier for this period was the United States with $7 million.

Monday, January 10, 2022

Vaccines for Veterinary Use Imports in Central America Al September 30th, 2021  

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Imports by Country
From January to June 2021 the main buyer of veterinary vaccines in Central America was Guatemala with $7 million, followed by Costa Rica with $5.7 million, Honduras $3.3 million, El Salvador with $3.1 million, Nicaragua with $2.3 million, and Panama with $2 million.

Change in Regional Imports
Between the second quarter of 2020 and the same period of 2021, the imported value of veterinary vaccines in Central America remained constant without abrupt variations, remaining at $23 million.

Meanwhile, vaccine purchases in the Central American region increased by 25% for Honduran companies, 21% for Salvadoran companies, 15% for Nicaraguan companies and 4% for Guatemalan companies.

However, Costa Rican and Panamanian companies decreased their imports by 32% and 16%, respectively.

Origin of Imports
In the first six months of last year, 30% of the value imported from Central America came from the USA, 23% from Mexico, 19% from Panama, 7% from the Netherlands and 5% from Spain.

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