The added-value exports flowing from Peru to Canada amounted to nearly US$116 million between January and August this year. This is up 12.2% from the same period in 2017, says Peruvian Exporters Association Adex.
Agro-industrial products (US$65.586 billion) accounted for 58% of the total. Tangerines, quinoa, blueberries, mangoes, cotton t-shirts, frozen trout and shrimp stood out among the most demanded goods by the North American country. Nevertheless, Adex stressed the need to keep on working to diversify the nation's exportable supply.