Trade between Mexico and Peru would reach the US$3 billion by 2015’s end

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13:57 | Lima, Jun. 18.

Trade between Peru and Mexico reached US$2.8 billion in 2014 and is expected to total US$3 billion by the end of 2015, which would mean an increase by over 7%, the head of ProMéxico office in Peru Daniela Robles affirmed.

Main Peruvian exports to Mexico include: energy (natural gas), minerals, agricultural and hydro-biological products.

Peruvian imports from Mexico comprise: minerals, auto parts, foodstuff, construction materials and capital goods for agriculture.

Complementary countries

"We are complementary countries, which offer quality products. That's the reason why there is a huge potential for the commercial exchange to continue growing," Robles declared.

It should be noted Mexico participated at the Pacific Alliance’s 3rd Macro Business Roundtable through 75 enterprises. It took place in Peru’s Southern Ica region on Wednesday.

The Mexican enterprises offer goods and services related to the agri-food, information technologies, manufacture and textile industries.


Published: 6/18/2015