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Nicaraguan exports grow 21% in the first quarter

Updated Apr 10, 2021
By Redacción Agencia Prensa Latina, @PortalPortuario, Nicaraguan exports in the first three months of 2021 grew by 21% compared to the same period of the previous year, reported the entity specialized in that economic activity. The latest report from the Export Processing Center (Cetrex) indicated that foreign sales at that stage entered the country more than 928.5 million dollars. Raw gold maintained for another quarter its status as the leading product in Nicaraguan exports, making sales in the foreign market for a value slightly higher than 209 million dollars. Other items that also sustained good export dynamics were golden coffee (154 million), beef (148 million), cane sugar (73 million), peanuts (31 million) and beans (23 million), all in round numbers. , Nicaraguan producers also export farmed shrimp, morolique and mozzarella cheeses, lobsters, beverages, alcoholic liquids and vinegar, oils and fats, fish, other sea products, tobacco, processed cigars, ...
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