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Comexperú economic research analyst Leti Gomez warned that 31% export who performs Peru monthly protests threaten due to early election.
This percentage is generated by southern regions and due to conflicts, “products’ access to markets and ports is being restricted to enter the international market,” he explained to RPP Noticias’s Economía Para Todos program.
How were the exports at the regional level according to Comexperú?
According to Sunat, the total export volume between January and November 2022 was $57,384 million. discount on Lima and Callao, Ica led interagency deliveries worldwide with $5.990 million, followed by Áncash with $5.673 million; Arequipa with $5,309 million; La Libertad with US$3.967 million and Moquegua with US$2.880 million.
press secretary comeexperu He also explained that during the analyzed period, exports from Ica, Arequipa, Apurimac, Cusco, Puno and Ayacucho in 2022 amounted to 17,694 million US dollars; i.e. 31% of our total exports between January and November 2022.
Overall, however, their exports fell by 6.1% compared to the same period in 2021, which contrasts with the 59% growth recorded in 2020.
On the other hand, it should be noted that individual departmental indicators fell in 2022 compared to 2021 in the analyzed period, with the exception of Arequipa, which grew by 9.7% compared to 2021. Among those that fell the most , we have a department from Apurimac with an export value of 2,010 million US dollars and a fall of 33.2%; followed by Puno ($1,757M; -19%), Cusco ($1,905M; -8.5%) and Ayacucho ($722M; -3.7%).
Mining Export Concern
The mining industry is the main export sector South of the countrywhich has been the hardest hit by the violence and where the traditional sector accounts for almost the entire share of exports.
According to Comexperú, shipments of minerals such as copper and its concentrates through Arequipa, Apurimac and Cusco stand out, implying an export value of USD 3,118 million (+3.3%), USD 1,868 million (-32 .7%) and USD 1,796 million (-10%), respectively.
While the Puno case stands out with US$1,696 million worth of gold shipment, it is followed by Arequipa at US$1,066 million. For its part, Ica stands out with shipments of iron ore ($1,512 million), followed by other gasolines ($925 million). In the case of non-traditional deliveries, the export basket is located far between the northern and southern departments of the country.
However, Ica also stands out for its non-traditional exports, which account for 32% of the said department’s total exports, worth US$1,895 million for the analyzed period. Among the most prominent products in this category are batches of fresh grapes ($494 million), avocados ($140 million) and asparagus ($118 million).
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