on Saturday highlighted the expansion of Peru’s conventional and non-traditional exports since they totaled US$36.954 billion between January and July 2022 —in accordance with the most recent Monthly Trade Report ready by the General Directorate of Research and Studies on Foreign Trade.
“As a Government, we intend to promote Peruvian exportable supply in various markets worldwide. Positioning our products at an international level will allow us to strengthen foreign trade and boost the country’s economic reactivation,” the Cabinet member expressed.
Last July, shipments of pure gasoline and derivatives reached US$80 million, that’s, 10.6% larger than what was exported in the identical month of 2021.
The sustained progress in shipments of these merchandise has enabled (between January and July) an export worth of US$2.829 billion to be accumulated and an interannual enlargement of 224.9% to be registered.
“In particular, shipments of liquefied natural gas have accumulated a value of US$2.152 billion between January and July, and have registered a year-on-year growth of 394.2%. Besides, in this same period, exports of oil and derivatives grew 79.9% year-on-year and accumulated a value of US$1.138 billion,” the Cabinet member defined.
“All this is the outcome of the government policies that we have been working on, along with President Pedro Castillo and Prime Minister Anibal Torres,” he added.
Along the identical traces, it’s mandatory to focus on the expansion of espresso exports —largely as a consequence of a 50% enhance within the worldwide value.
Shipments of Peruvian espresso totaled US$535 million (+239.4%) between January and July of this yr. In July alone, espresso shipments amounted to US$99 million.