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Peru vs. Australia: some 3,500 Gamarra workshops would reopen if the Peruvian team wins the playoff

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The playoff Peru vs. Australia, which will define the pass to the Qatar 2022 World Cup, can also mean a business opportunity for thousands of businessmen in Gamarra. This was stated by Susana Saldaña, president of the Gamarra Peru Business Association, who trusts in a victory for the team of Ricardo Gareca to boost the sale of t-shirts and sportswear.

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According to the guild representative, some 3,500 Gamarra workshops could be reopened if the Blanquirroja achieves its goal world cup. This added to the 1,500 businesses that already produce sports equipment in the commercial emporium.

The eventual Peruvian victory would favor the entire production chain: from clothing, embroidery, printing, among others.

“The entire process of the qualifiers helped the sports sector of the emporium to reactivate itself, restarting its activities due to the demand of the matches, which it is important because it is also reactivating employment at Gamarra”, Saldaña pointed out for the Andina agency.

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Traders in this category are already making Tshirts, divers, caps, scarves, stockings and other garments related to the Peruvian team. “If Peru qualifies for the World Cup in Qatar, we hope to make and sell more than 1 million garments in the remainder of the year, of which 50% are Tshirts”, explained the business representative.

Susana Saldaña emphasized that Gamarra It has the capacity to quickly cover the markets of Lima and other regions. Due to the demand for articles related to the peruvian national teamthey are also making chullos, hats, masks, underwear, baby clothes, among others.

The match Peru vs. Australia for the playoff World Cup Qatar 2022 It will be played this Monday June 13 at 1:00 pm (Peruvian time). The venue chosen for this match is the Ahmad bin Ali stadium, also known as the Al-Rayyan Stadium, located in the city of Rayán (Qatar).

What products are exported and imported between Peru and Australia?

During 2021, trade between Peru and Australia meant a flow of $263 millionan increase of 3.95% compared to 2020. Peruvian exports reached US$127 million, while imports amounted to US$136 million, according to Andina.

Refering to Peruvian export to Australia, the most important sectors are fishing (40%), agriculture (23%) and minerals (21%). In this sense, during 2021, the increase in sales of fishmeal (136%), canned fish (38%) and scallops (27%) stood out.

Source: Larepublica

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