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Japan-Latin America Trade (2013)

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2013 trade in millions of US dollars.

CountryExports Ch.'13/'12Imports Ch.'13/'12Total  Ch.'13/'12
201320132013
Argentina$1,029-1.6%$1,69847.5%$2,72724.1%
Bolivia$210-1.8%$30719.5%$5179.8%
Brazil$5,244-3.9%$10,150-7.6%$15,394-6.4%
Chile$1,573-14.3%$7,360-14.3%$8,934-14.3%
Colombia$1,137-17.9%$408-2.1%$1,545-14.2%
Costa Rica$737-16.1%$31417.0%$1,051-8.4%
Cuba$2938.9%$141.5%$4324.1%
Dom. Rep.$157-13.8%$881.1%$244-9.0%
Ecuador$489-19.1%$1,011-8.9%$1,499-12.5%
El Salvador$11211.8%$37-7.0%$1506.4%
Guatemala$221-2.4%$2206.1%$4411.6%
Honduras$64-38.0%$37-26.9%$101-34.3%
Mexico$8,975-7.9%$3,909-3.6%$12,884-6.6%
Nicaragua$70-34.2%$251.9%$95-27.4%
Panama$8,949-31.6%$3014.4%$9,250-30.8%
Paraguay$58-9.7%$74123.7%$13235.5%
Peru$916-4.2%$2,380-7.8%$3,296-6.9%
Uruguay$10712.7%$72-21.0%$179-3.8%
Venezuela$627-21.6%$46788.3%$1,0944.4%
Total$30,705-16.8%$28,870-5.3%$59,575-11.6%

Exchange rate Japanese yen per U.S. dollar (2013: 105.39, 2012: 86.64)

Sources: Ministry of Finance of Japan (raw data), Latin Business Chronicle.

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