Paraguay reports deficit in trade balance

The reduction in registered exports was mainly due to a contraction in soy grains, electric energy, and corn shipments.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The trade balance as of June 2022 in Paraguay registered a deficit of US$256 million due to the fall in soybean, electricity, and corn exports, the Paraguayan Central Bank informed.

This index was lower by US$1.5 billion compared to the trade surplus reported in the same period . . .

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