Regional exports are bouncing back to $5.9 billion in the first quarter
After 18 months of steady decline in exports, Central America reported first-quarter exports of $5.9 billion, one of the best results in the last decade. Regional officials also imported $10.1 billion in imports for the region.
Exports continued to be heavily weighted with farm products, but more items include printed circuit boards, pharmaceutical products, and prepared foods.
Original source (in Spanish): La Prensa