Guatemala's exports grew by 24 percent last year to more than some $10 billion
Guatemala's exports came to $10 billion last year, a 24 percent increase, said the exporters' association, Agexport.
Traditional exports, such as coffee, sugar, bananas and cardomom, closed the year with a 26.6 percent increase, while non-traditional products were 22.4 percent up.
This year the exporters expect growth of 21.7 percent, though the tqarget will depend on the state of the world economy.
Original source (in Spanish): AFP