Montevideo, Oct 1 (EFE) .- Uruguayan exports rose 45.7% in September, including what was sold from free zones, compared to the same month in 2020, the monthly trade report said on Friday. exterior of the investment promotion agency, exports and the national brand Uruguay XXI.
The document details that what was exported during the month has accumulated $ 1,085 million and so far this year they have taken $ 7,903 million which translates to a 34.7% increase. compared to the same period of 2020, a year marked by the covid -19 pandemic.
Likewise, the goods with “the highest positive impact” which explained the annual variation were beef, cellulose, wood, electric power, beverage concentrates and meat by-products, while the document also points out that exports of barley, wool fat, wool and tissue and live cattle and hides increased.
The main destination for Uruguayan exports remains China (35%), followed by Brazil (19%), the European Union (9%), Argentina (5%) and the United States (5%).
Meanwhile, bovine meat led exports with a value of $ 259 million, implying an increase of 102% (over the previous year), followed by cellulose with $ 189 million and a 94% increase and dairy products worth $ 76 million and a 5% increase.
In addition, sales of concentrated beverages totaled $ 65 million, with an increase of 53%, and those of wood, $ 54 million, and an increase of 122%.
Uruguay XXI also highlights as “topic of the month” the estimate that for the whole of 2021 Uruguayan merchandise exports will total approximately 10,500 million dollars, which would imply an increase of more than 30% compared to 2020. and would also be one of the highest. records of exports of the last 20 years in Uruguay.
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