Colombian imports climbed by 64.9 percent over a year to a near seven-year high of USD 5.7 billion, partly reflecting low base effects and amid the ongoing recovery. Inbound sales grew significantly for manufactured products (66.5 percent); fuels and extraction industries (105.9 percent) and agricultural products, food & beverages (39.5 percent). The largest import partners were China (25.2 percent of total imports), the US (20.1 percent), Brazil (7.1 percent) and Mexico (6.9 percent). source: Dane, Colombia

Imports YoY in Colombia averaged 8.23 percent from 1981 until 2021, reaching an all time high of 108.90 percent in March of 1993 and a record low of -40.50 percent in April of 1999. This page includes a chart with historical data for Colombia Imports YoY. Colombia Imports YoY - data, historical chart, forecasts and calendar of releases - was last updated on December of 2021.

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Colombia Imports YoY


Calendar GMT Actual Previous Consensus TEForecast
2021-10-19 03:00 PM Aug 49.8% 31.2%
2021-11-16 03:00 PM Sep 64.9% 45.4% 47%
2021-12-20 03:00 PM Oct 64.9%


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Colombia Imports Jump 64.9% YoY in September
Colombian imports climbed by 64.9 percent over a year to a near seven-year high of USD 5.7 billion, partly reflecting low base effects and amid the ongoing recovery. Inbound sales grew significantly for manufactured products (66.5 percent); fuels and extraction industries (105.9 percent) and agricultural products, food & beverages (39.5 percent). The largest import partners were China (25.2 percent of total imports), the US (20.1 percent), Brazil (7.1 percent) and Mexico (6.9 percent).
2021-11-16
Colombian Imports at Near 7-Year High
Colombian imports surged by 49.8 percent over a year to USD 5.3 billion, compared to a 31.7 percent rise in the previous month. It was the highest level since December of 2014, as inbound sales mainly grew for manufactured goods (45.1 percent vs 32.5 percent), followed by agriculture and food (45.2 percent vs 22.9 percent), and fuels and extraction industries (130 percent vs 44.2 percent). percent to USD 0.9 billion), and agriculture and food (35.7 percent to USD 0.8 billion). The largest import partners were China (23.3 percent of total purchases), the US (19.2 percent), and Mexico (6.5 percent).
2021-10-19
Colombia Imports Growth Eases in July
Imports to Colombia were up 31.7 percent over a year ago to USD 4.801 billion in July of 2021, following a 69.8 percent surge in the previous month. Despite the high reading, imports increased at a slower pace for fuels and extraction industries (44.2 percent vs 267.2 percent in June), manufacturing (32.5 percent vs 66.3 percent), and agriculture, food, and beverages (22.9 percent vs 45.7 percent). Among major trading partners, imports went up the most from Argentina (315.9 percent), and India (102.9 percent).
2021-09-17

Colombia Imports YoY
Colombia main imports are: machinery and transport equipment (39 percent of total imports); manufactured products (22 percent); chemicals and related products (17 percent); fuel, mineral lubricants and related products (10 percent) and food and livestock (8 percent). Main import partners are: United States (24 percent of total imports), China (16 percent), Mexico (11 percent) and Brazil (5 percent). Others include: Germany, Argentina, Japan, France, South Korea and Canada.


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