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Monday, September 25, 2017

Paraguay Exports

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According to National Geographic MapMaker (, the following items are major exports of PARAGUAY: animal feed, beverages, cassava, cement, corn (maize), cotton, edible oil, electricity to neighborrring countries, iron ore, leather, limestone, manganese, meat, oilseeds, rice, soybeans, starches, steel, sugar, textiles, tobacco, wheat, and wood. According to the International Monetary Fund (, countries and territories buying and importing most of those exports (February 2017 statistics) include Brazil (top importer), Argentina, Chile, Russia, Uruguay, Italy, India, Israel, Poland, the United States, Japan, Bolivia, Peru, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Morocco, Ecuador, Germany, and Belgium.

Rounded flag of Paraguay

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  1. Spot the Spelling Error!
    Answer: the word neighboring should not have so many r's.


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