Central Bank: Chile imports drop and scored lowest rate since 2009

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The Central Bank delivered today the report of monthly statistics belonging to the first two weeks of February. On this context, the report shows how difficult was the begining of the year for the importations.

According to the information provided by the entity, during this month, the importations scored its lowest rate in the last five years. Reaching US$ 2132 million in the first two weeks of February.

This way, the alarming rate of the importations add up to the bad scenario of the exportations, which have scored their worst rates in six years.

Regarding to the exportations, the Central Bank, informed that was gathered US$2485 million, their lowest record since 2009.

In addition, the numbers show that the trade balance scored a surplus of 553 million dollars.

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