Peru's non-traditional exports
totaled US$4.249 billion in January-April 2019, up 1.8% compared to the same period last year, Central Reserve Bank (BCR) reported on Sunday.
Likewise, the bank underscored the increase of 7.6% in exports volume during the same period.
The issuing entity said higher sales of grapes (18.6%), giant squid (37.7%), avocados (8.5%), blueberries
(69.4%) and frozen mangoes (4.6%), among other products, were reported during the first four months of the year.
In the last 12 months to April 2019, non-traditional exports
recorded the highest growth rate (7%) among the region's major countries.