Nov. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Peru’s copper export revenue rose 23.7 percent from a year ago as higher shipments offset price declines, the central bank said.
Copper sales of 143,800 metric tons climbed to $1.07 billion from 101,900 metric tons worth $866 million a year earlier, the central bank said today in a statement posted on its website.
Gold exports fell to 407,400 ounces worth $711 million from 539,100 ounces worth $956 million a year earlier, the bank said. Total metal exports climbed 2.4 percent to $2.31 billion.
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