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Peru consolidates Latin America’s largest increase in non-traditional exports

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peru reinforced its leadership in Latin America as the country with the highest percentage growth in non-traditional exports, those that are not minerals or hydrocarbons, by reaching a record of almost 1.6 billion dollars in September, the Central Bank informed in a statement on Tuesday (16).

The annual average growth of these exports in the last five years reached 8.3% in Peru, followed by Mexico (5.3%), Colombia (3.6%), Chile (2.9%), and Brazil (1.6%).

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