Queretaro exports more than US$8 billion during the first half of 2022
QUERETARO – The head of the Secretariat of Sustainable Development (SEDESU), Marco Antonio Del Prete Tercero, announced that Queretaro had a 16.5% growth in exports during the first half of 2022, registering a total of US$8.8 billion in said period.
“Last year we closed with US$14 billion in exports, if this growth trend continues we will be exporting close to US$16 billion by the close of 2022, this is good news because it means that we have many sectors of the economy that are recovering,” detailed Del Prete Tercero.
Likewise, the head of SEDESU informed that the state is committed to having new commercial partners, which is already reflected in exports, since according to Data Mexico of the Ministry of Economy, by June 2022, the main commercial destinations were the United States, with 81.3%; Canada, with 3.4%; the United Kingdom, with 2.3%; Germany, with 2%; Colombia and Panama with 1.6%.
Del Prete Tercero announced that the products exported are parts and accessories for motor vehicles, refrigerators, freezers, liquid or gas filtering equipment, as well as machines and equipment for washing, cleaning and draining.