From January to June 2018, the import and export volume of Peru's goods was 44.79 billion US dollars, of which exports volume was 23.65 billion US dollars, up 20.7% and imports volume was 21.14 billion US dollars, up 12.6%. The trade surplus was 2.51 billion US dollars, an increase of 208.0%. Mineral products, precious metals and precious metals products, base metals and base metals products are Peru's main export commodities. The exports volumes of these products from January to June 2018 were US$11.34 billion, US$3.73 billion, 1.98 billion US dollars, respectively, accounting for 47.9%, 15.8% and 8.4% of Peru's total exports, respectively. Electromechanical products, mineral products and chemical products are the top three categories of goods imported by Peru, total imports of 10.37 billion US dollars from January to June 2018, accounting for 49.1% of Peru's total imports.
Peru import data is based on the import declarations of all kinds of goods imported by Peruvian companies from more than 200 countries and regions around the world. Peru import data can be searched according to the exact HS code of a specific product. The data fields include: Hscode, Importer, Date, Fob_Value, Cif_Value, Freight, Insurance, Origin_Country, Sales_Country, Exporter, N_Weight, G_Weight, Quantity, Customs_Agent, Trans_Corp.
In 2017, Peru was the 30th largest commodity export market for the United States.
In 2017, Peru imported $8.7 billion goods from the US, an increase of 9.3% from 2016($736 million).
In 2017, the top 5 imported goods were: fossil fuel ($2.6 billion), machinery ($1.3 billion), grain (corn, $613 million), motor ($571 million) and plastic ($454 million).
In 2017, Peru imported US$1.2 billion of agricultural products from the US. The major imported agricultural products include: corn ($515 million), cotton ($97 million), wheat ($94 million), soybean meal ($90 million) and dairy ($75 million).
Peru is the 38th largest supplier of goods of the United States in 2017.
In 2017, Peru’s exports to the United States totaled $7.3 billion, an increase of 16.5% ($1 billion) from 2016.
The most important export product categories for 2017 were: precious metals and stone (gold) ($2.1 billion), fossil fuels ($926 million), edible fruits and nuts (grape, $818 million), knitwear ($581 million) and vegetables (fresh or refrigerated, $369 million).
In 2017, Peru’s exports of agricultural products to the United States totaled $2 billion. The main categories include: other fresh fruits ($737 million), fresh vegetables ($329 million), processed fruits and vegetables ($320 million), coffee (unbaked, $223 million), and spices ($49 million).
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