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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Nicaragua Exports


According to MIT's Observatory of Economic Complexity (atlas.media.mit.edu), the following items are major exports of NICARAGUA: asphalt, baked goods, bananas, bovine and equine hides, candles, cassava, cement, ceramics, clothing and textiles, cocoa beans, coffee and tea extracts, coffee, copper bars, dairy products, dried legumes, electric batteries, flavored water, frozen meat, furniture, gold, groundnut oil, groundnuts, image projectors, insulated wire, large construction vehicles, leather footwear, liquor, malt extract, medical instruments, medical supplies, molasses, oilseeds, palm oil, pesticides, petroleum coke, postage stamps, recycled paper, refined petroleum, salt, scrap metal, scrap plastic, seafood, silver, soybean oil, spark-ignition engines, sugarcane, telephones, tobacco, toilet paper, wheat flour, and wood. According to the International Monetary Fund (data.imf.org), countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports (February 2017 statistics) include the United States (top importer), El Salvador, Venezuela, Mexico, Honduras, Costa Rica, Guatemala, the United Kingdom, Panama, Canada, Spain, France, Germany, Italy, Dominican Republic, Côte d'Ivoire, the Netherlands, Japan, China, and Switzerland.

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