Colombia’s imports rebounded in May, approaching US$7 billion

Although the manufacturing group drove the rebound, the fuel sector played an important role with an annual growth of 207%.

Colombia's imports rebounded in May and were almost US$2 billion above pre-pandemic benchmarks (May 2019). In the fifth month of 2022, the country's external purchases totaled US$6.8 billion, while in the same month of 2019, these were US$4.8 billion.

According to Dane data, what was reported in May 2022 represented an increase of 55.6% annually, as in May 2021, imports totaled US$4 . . .

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