Between January and July 2017, Ecuador’s exports to the European Union (EU) rose by 14.4%, compared to the same period in 2016, according to figures from the Ecuadorian Exporters Federation (Fedexpor).
Following the validity of the trade agreement, exports to the EU rose to $ 1,890 million, said Iván Ontaneda, president of that union. The previous year, these exceeded $ 1.6 billion.
Fedexpor said that the main products are bananas (14%), canned tuna (60%), shrimp (0.2%) and flowers (17%). (I)