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Peru: Non-traditional fishery exports reach USD 616 million between January and April 2022

Perú: Exportaciones pesqueras no tradicionales alcanzan los USD 616 millones entre enero y abril de 2022
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In the first four months of 2022, non-traditional fishery exports from Peru totaled 616 million dollars, which meant a growth of 13.7% compared to the same period in 2021, according to the Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism, Roberto Sanchez.
By Editorial News Agency, @PortalPortuario, , Among the non-traditional shipments, products such as frozen fillets, frozen squid, shrimp, shrimp tails, canned squid, canned fish, trout and others stand out. “These results are possible thanks to the work of our exporters, the network of commercial agreements that Peru has and the commercial promotion of the Commission for the Promotion of Peru for Exports and Tourism (Promperú). The government is clear about the importance of Peruvian exports, mainly non-traditional, as they are a great generator of employment, also promoting economic reactivation," said Sánchez. In line with the above, he also mentioned that, for example, more than 40 exporting companies in the fishing sector achieved business expectations of more than 115.9 million dollars in leading specialized fairs in North America and Europe. In this way, a total of 18 Peruvian exporting companies managed to generate commercial interest for 35.9 ...
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