The Central Reserve Bank of Peru (BCRP) reported that exports of traditional products totaled US$4,532 million in November, 62.7% higher than the same month in 2019, a year without a pandemic.
This increase was caused by a rise in prices (65.5%), particularly fishmeal, coffee, minerals and hydrocarbons. Compared to November 2020, traditional exports were 53.3% higher.
With this, foreign sales of traditional products accumulated a value of US$ 42,060 million between January and November 2021, 37.8% higher than that registered in the same period of 2019, and 60.1% higher than that obtained in the same period of 2020.
In November 2021, they highlighted the mining exports with a value of US$ 3,781 million. These maintained the positive growth of the previous months, increasing 62.4% compared to that achieved in November 2019 and 37.4% compared to the same month of 2020.
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