Ecuador Non-Oil Exports Up in 2018

(Energy Analytics Institute, Jared Yamin, 18.Jul.2018) – Non-petroleum exports from the South American country rose to $5,484 million from January to May of 2018 compared to $5,149 million in the same period in 2017.

Exports of bananas and plantains, aquaculture, fish, flowers, plants, cocoa, processed products and metal mechanics accounted for 80.8% of total shipments abroad during the most recent five-month period, according to Proecuador, which conducted an analysis based on figures from the Central Bank of Ecuador.

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