Brazil was the largest destination for Argentine exports and represented 19.6% of the total.
Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero pointed out that “the outstanding growth of exports is a clear and concrete example of the economic recovery in the different activities that Argentina is experiencing. For the country to grow it is necessary for exports to increase. We have enormous potential for continue on this path “.
According to the report from the Palacio San Martín, in November, imports totaled US $ 5.767 billion and the trade surplus reached US $ 397 million in the month and US $ 14.3 billion in 2021.
In 11 months of 2021, exports totaled US $ 71.3 billion, with a growth of 38.9% compared to the same period in 2020 and 19.4% compared to 2019.
Exports of manufactures of agricultural origin reached US $ 2,458 million in November, while Primary Products showed sales of US $ 1,323 million, the second highest historical record, after November 2019.
Exports of automobiles and light commercial vehicles reached 32,513 units sold, the highest level since November 2014, thus showing a sustained recovery path.
Brazil, Chile, India, the United States and China were the main destinationss of foreign trade, accumulating 45% of the total.
The highest interannual percentage growth within Knowledge-Based Services was presented by personal, cultural and recreational services, with exports of US $ 105 million and a growth of 60%.