Video cameras: Purchases up 7%

In the first nine months of 2018, companies in the region spent $47 million to import video cameras, 7% more than in the same period in 2017, mainly explained by purchases from the United States.

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Regional business upwards
Between January and September 2017 and the same period in 2018, the value of imported television cameras, digital cameras and video cameras in Central America increased 7%, from $44 million to $47 million.

This increase complements the year-on-year increase reported in the first nine months of 2017, when a 18% increase was recorded.

Costa Rica, main importer
From January to September 2018, the main buyer in the region was Costa Rica, with $14 million, followed by Panama, with $12 million, Guatemala, with $9 million, El Salvador and Honduras, with $5 million each, and Nicaragua, with $2 million.

U.S., main seller
In the first nine months of last year, 45% of the value imported into the region was from the U.S., 27% from China, 4% from Japan and 2% from Spain.

China is the market origin of imports that has grown the most for the months concerned in the last seven years, since in 2012 represented 20% of total purchases in Central America, and in 2018 that proportion increased to 27%.

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