Peru

Infographic showing trade figures for U.S. agricultural exports to Peru

The U.S.-Peru Trade Promotion Agreement entered into force on February 1, 2009 and has boosted U.S. exports by cutting agricultural tariffs and improving market access for many U.S. products.

While bulk commodities still comprise more than half of U.S. agricultural exports to Peru, the country’s steady economic growth and expanding middle class are fueling demand for higher-value, consumer-oriented products. U.S. sales of such products have grown by more than 300 percent since 2009, from $58 million to more than $235 million in FY 2015, led by dairy products, prepared foods, and beef and beef products.

Data & Analysis

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