Trade between Peru and Brazil may surpass US $3.3 billion by the end of 2010 due to the boost provided by entrepreunerial business missions, estimates Apex-Brazil, the Brazilian agency to promote exports and investments.
Its representative of Regional Markets, Anderson Jorge Dib, said that bilateral trade in 2009 reached US $3.3 billion and it is expected to grow by 2% this year, “in conservative terms.”
The representative said that the main products sent by Peru to Brazilian market were garments, fish, plastic goods, fruits and vegetables.
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