Peru’s GDP growth may exceed forecasts

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Official data from the national authority, SUNAT, reveals that the value of Peru’s exports in the first 10 months of the year rose by more than a third compared to levels in the same period in 2010. Analysts report that exports of traditional products grew by 75% while the so-called non-traditional exports grew over 20%. Foreign exchange earnings were derived mainly from agricultural products, the oil and gas industries, the mining sector (copper and gold) and the fisheries sector. Economists are painting a rosy picture of prospects for the country’s GDP growth suggesting that growth in 2011 could exceed government forecasts.

Peru stands to gain from Economic Partnership Agreement with Jjapan
The Economic Partnership Agreement with Japan, which was signed earlier this year, has been ratified and analysts point out that this will benefit the textile and clothing sectors as well as the forestry, agriculture and fishing sectors. This agreement provides for reduced tariffs on Peruvian products. Similarly, Peru will also benefit from competitive Japanese products. From 2012 Peru will have operational trade agreements with two of worlds the largest economies namely Japan and China.

PeruPeru Sawnwood Prices

Peru Sawnwood, FOB Callao Port US$ per m³
Mahogany S&B KD 16%, 1-2'' random lengths (US market)
1655-1702
Spanish Cedar KD select
North American market
958-977
Mexican market
946-965
Pumaquiro 25-50mm AD Mexican market
532-586
Virola 1-2" thick, length 6'-8' KD
Grade 1, Mexican market
390-421
Grade 2, Mexican market
333-365
Cumaru 4" thick, 6'-11' length KD
Central American market
834-849
Asian market
798-871
Ishpingo (oak) 2" thick, 6'-8' length
Spanish market
509-549
Dominican Republic
564-573
Marupa (simarouba) 1", 6-11 length Asian market
368-394
 
Peru Sawnwood, FOB Iquitos
US$ per m³
Spanish Cedar AD Select Mexican market
887-909
Virola 1-2" thick, length 6'-13' KD
Grade 1, Mexican market
392-425 
Grade 2, Mexican market
311-347 
Grade 3, Mexican market
161-176
Marupa (simarouba) 1", 6-13 length KD
Grade 1, Mexican market
258-283
 
Peru sawnwood, domestic
US$ per m³
Mahogany
867-909
Virola
69-92 
Spanish Cedar
264-305
Marupa (simarouba)
73-87
 
Peru Veneer Prices
Veneer FOB US$ per m³
Lupuna 3/Btr 2.5mm
198-223
Lupuna 2/Btr 4.2mm
212-222
Lupuna 3/Btr 1.5mm
211-221
 
Peru Plywood Prices
Peru plywood, FOB (Mexican Market) US$ per m³
Copaiba, 2 faces sanded, B/C, 15 x 4 x 8mm
318-347
Virola, 2 faces sanded, B/C, 5.2 x 4 x 8mm
399-406
Cedar fissilis, 2 faces sanded 4 x 8 x 5.5mm
750-761
Lupuna, treated, 2 faces sanded, 5.2 x 4 x 8mm
363-385
Lupuna plywood B/C 15 x 4 x 8mm
366-382
B/C 9 x 4 x 8mm
345-350
B/C 12 x 4 x 8mm
350-360
B/C 8 x 4 x 15mm
410-429
C/C 4 x 8 x 4mm
389-425
Lupuna plywood B/C 8 x 4 x 4mm Central Am.
370-393
 
Lupuna Plywood, BB/CC, domestic US$ per m³
(Iquitos mills)
    122 x 244 x 4mm 438
    122 x 244 x 6mm 397
    122 x 244 x 8mm 415
    122 x 244 x 12mm 399
(Pucallpa mills)
    122 x 244 x 4mm 458
    122 x 244 x 6m 439
    122 x 244 x 8mm 430
    122 x 244 x 12mm 429
 
Other Peru Panel Prices
Peru, Domestic Particleboard US$ per m³
1.83m x 2.44m x 4mm 282
1.83m x 2.44m x 6mm 230
1.83m  x  2.44m  x  12mm 204
 
Peru Added Value Product Prices
Peru, strips for parquet US$ per m³
Cabreuva/estoraque KD12% S4S, Asian Market 1287-1388
Cumaru KD, S4S             Swedish market 852-961
                                        Asian market 970-1020
Cumaru decking, AD, S4S, E4S, US market 934-996
Pumaquiro KD #1, C&B, Mexican market 423-511
Quinila KD, S4S 2 x 10 x 62cm, Asian market 477-503
2 x 13 x 75cm, Asian market 708-768
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