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Perfil de la producción, comercio exterior y consumo de acero en Honduras

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Durante el periodo 1994-2006, Honduras las importaciones de materias primas para la fundición y manufacturas de hierro y acero han mantenido un crecimiento sostenido. En 2006 las importaciones para el capítulo 72 del SAC (fundición, hierro y acero) crecieron un 8.90%,. El monto total de estas exportaciones fue de 202.95 millones de dólares. En el caso del reglón 73 del SAC (manufacturas de fundición, hierro o acero) las importaciones crecieron en un 17.71%. El monto total de estas importaciones fue de 100.57 millones de dólares.

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  • Santiago Vásquez, 2007. "Perfil de la producción, comercio exterior y consumo de acero en Honduras," Observatorio de la Economía Latinoamericana, Grupo Eumed.net (Universidad de Málaga), issue 89, december.
  • Handle: RePEc:erv:observ:y:2007:i:89:6
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    Honduras; importacion; consumo; productos; exportación;

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