Exports in September fell 0.2% and China ceased to be the main buyer of Uruguay

In September, Uruguayan exports, including free zones, totaled 1,036 million dollars, which represents a “very slight drop” of almost 0.2%, compared to the same month of 2021, according to the Monthly Foreign Trade Report that disclosed this Monday Uruguay XXI. The decrease is explained “mainly by lower sales of beef, cattle on the hoof, meat by-products and wood.” However, exports of soybeans and dairy products grew.

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