Ecuador increased annual oil sales by 51% in 2021

The South American country, whose dollarized economy depends on crude oil, increased oil sales by 51%, from 4,685 million dollars in 2020 to 7,090 million between January and November 2021, according to the most recent report of the entity. And improved shrimp and tuna exports.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Ecuador in 2021 increased up to 51% annual oil exports and considerably improved those of shrimp, in addition to increasing income from coffee, tuna, fish, and flowers, which are among its main sales products, informed the Central Bank (BCE).

The South American country, whose dollarized economy depends on crude . . .

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