Chile’s trade volume with China up 59.8% in February 2021 over 2020

February exports posted a 61.3% hike, with US$2,221.6 million in sales, while imports increased by 65.6% with purchases amounting to US$1,739.5 million.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Trade between Chile and China continues to rise, registering an overall 59.8% hike in US dollars in February compared to the same month in 2020, according to the Foreign Trade Report prepared by the National Customs Service's Studies Department.

In the breakdown of this same month, compared to 2020 results, exports posted a 61.3% hike, with US$2.2 billion in sales, while imports increased by 65.6% with purchases amounting to US$1,7 billion.

"These data confirm the significance of trade with China for the country, which has been Chile's . . .

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