Peru recorded a trade surplus of US$13.653 billion up to October

Peruvian exports amounted to US$5.676 billion, which were 36.5% and 21.1% higher than those of October 2019 and 2020, respectively.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Peru recorded an annual trade surplus of US$13.653 billion until last October, a month in which it reached US$1.429 billion, an amount higher by 984 million than in October 2019, but lower by 15 million compared to the same month of 2020.

The Central Reserve Bank (BCRP) informed this Sunday that this advance corresponded to high terms of trade, mainly of mining export products. The higher exported volume of non-traditional products, primarily agricultural, textile and chemical products, also positively influenced.

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