Nov. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Peruvian exports rose 31 percent to $37.7 billion in the first 10 months from a year earlier, an exporters group said.
Imports climbed 28 percent to $31.4 billion over the same period, Lima-based Comexperu said in an e-mailed statement today, citing customs data.
Exports fell 5 percent in October from September as demand for the country’s farm produce and natural gas declined, the organization said. It didn’t give a value for October shipments.
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