Peru’s Imports Rose 24% in July From Year Ago, Gestion Reports

Peruvian imports climbed 24 percent in July from a year earlier to $3.8 billion, Gestion reported, citing customs data.

In the first seven months of this year, imports rose 13 percent to $23.9 billion, the Lima-based newspaper said.

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