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Mincetur: regions achieved more than US $ 36.7 billion in exports between January and November 2021

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Exports from the interior regions of the country reached the record figure of US $ 36,727 million between January and November 2021. The result is 34% higher than that recorded in the similar period of 2020 and 23% compared to 2019, before the pandemic, according to the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Mincetur).

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In this sense, the Mincetur revealed that they were 19 regions that increased their shipments to the penultimate month of the year. These include Madre de Dios (+ 108%), Ucayali (+ 91%), Huancavelica (+ 84%), Puno (+ 62%), Apurímac (+ 56%), Ica (+ 53%), Loreto (+ 49%), Arequipa (+ 46%), Tacna (+ 32%), Lambayeque (+ 30%), Cusco (+ 26%), Ancash (+ 25%), San Martín (+ 24%), La Libertad (+ 22%), Ayacucho (+ 21%), Moquegua (+ 20%), Piura (+ 19%), Tumbes (+ 13%) and Amazonas (+ 9%).

In addition, six regions that reached all-time highs They were La Libertad (US $ 3,553 million), Apurímac (US $ 2,970 million), Puno (US $ 2,159 million), Lambayeque (US $ 835 million), Ayacucho (US $ 747 million) and Ucayali (US $ 75 million).

Exports by macro-region and products

In the macro jungle region (+ 53%), all regions increased their exports. Madre de Dios, Ucayali and Loreto, due to higher sales of gold, palm oil, forest products, chestnuts and oil; San Martín, due to higher sales of cocoa and palm oil; and Amazonas, for higher shipments of coffee and cocoa.

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Equally, in the south (+ 41%), all regions grew as a result of higher mineral sales. In the case of Puno, for shipments of gold, copper and trout; Tacna, for the sale of molybdenum; and Apurímac, Arequipa, Cusco and Moquegua, thanks to the copper and molybdenum shipments.

At north (+ 18%)Five regions increased their exports, highlighting Lambayeque, due to higher sales of fruit (blueberry, avocado and mango); Ancash, for fish oil and meal, copper and zinc; La Libertad, for fish meal, avocado, blueberry and gold; Piura, for sales of phosphates, grapes, mangoes and squid; and Tumbes, for wholesale shrimp sales.

Finally, in the central zone (+ 33%)Three regions increased their exports: Huancavelica, due to the higher sale of minerals (lead and silver concentrates); Ica, for the largest shipments of iron, copper, tin and fruit (grape, blueberry, avocado); and Ayacucho, for the greater sale of gold, tara and avocado. In the case of Junín had a slight drop in its shipments (-0.04%)However, sales of coffee, zinc and silver concentrates grew.


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