LatinNews Daily - 13 January 2023

In brief: Paraguay posts 2022 trade deficit

*Paraguay’s central bank (BCP) has released new figures which show that the country’s trade deficit in 2022 totalled US$1.29bn. According to the BCP, exports totalled US$13.88bn in 2022, 1.5% less than the US$14.09bn recorded in 2021, while imports totalled US$15.19bn, an increase of 16.1% compared to the previous year. BCP stated that the drop in exports was mainly due to fewer shipments of soybeans, oils and flours. Soybean exports in 2022 totalled US$1.23bn, down 58.8% on the previous year.

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