Peru

Country

Jan-Mar 2022: -US$1.97M, Foreign Direct Investment

2022-Q1: US$20.6M, Remittances received from Peru

The main sale from Mexico to Peru in 2021 was Monitors and Projectors, not Incorporating Television Reception Apparatus (US$281M). The main origins of sales to Peru were Ciudad de México (US$439M), Estado de México (US$314M), and Nuevo León (US$173M).

The main product bought by Mexico from Peru in 2021 was Refined Copper and Copper Alloys (US$102M). The main destinations of purchases made to Peru were Ciudad de México (US$208M), Nuevo León (US$79.6M), and Jalisco (US$74.9M).

In the period January to March 2022, the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from Peru to Mexico is -US$1.97M. In the same period, the states that received the highest FDI from Peru were Quintana Roo (Confidential), Nayarit (Confidential), and Yucatán (Confidential).

Regarding remittances, in the first quarter of 2022, Mexico received US$20.6M in remittances from Peru, while Peru received US$5.65M in remittances from Mexico.

Finally, in terms of immigration to Mexico, 3,229 inmigrants from Peru were registered in 2020, 42.1% women and 57.9% men. The states with the highest concentration of inmigrants from Peru were Ciudad de México (1,163 people), Estado de México (602 people), and Puebla (178 people).

Commercial Exchange

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The icons show the percentage share of Peru in Mexico's imports and exports, as well as the net trade balance between the two countries.

Data provided by Bank of Mexico.

Net International Exchange

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In May 2022, the international sales from Mexico to Peru were US$197M, while international purchases reached US$89.5M. The above results in a trade balance of US$108M.

Annual International Trade

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The main sale from Mexico to Peru in 2021 was Monitors and Projectors, not Incorporating Television Reception Apparatus (US$281M). The main origins of sales to Peru were Ciudad de México (US$439M), Estado de México (US$314M), and Nuevo León (US$173M).

The main product bought by Mexico from Peru in 2021 was Refined Copper and Copper Alloys (US$102M). The main destinations of purchases made to Peru were Ciudad de México (US$208M), Nuevo León (US$79.6M), and Jalisco (US$74.9M).

Monthly International Trade

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The main sale from Mexico to Peru in May 2022 was Copper Ores and Concentrates (US$59.6M). The main origins of sales to Peru were Sonora (US$60M), Ciudad de México (US$46M), and Estado de México (US$23.2M).

The main product bought by Mexico from Peru in May 2022 was Palm Oil and its Fractions, whether or not Refined, but not Chemically Modified (US$7.64M). The main destinations of purchases made to Peru were Ciudad de México (US$10.7M), Jalisco (US$9.53M), and Estado de México (US$7.42M).

Net Trade Balance

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In 2021, the states with the highest commercial exchange (international sales minus international purchases) with were Estado de México (US$283M), Ciudad de México (US$231M), and Baja California (US$155M).

Foreign Direct Investment

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Foreign Direct Investment Flow

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From January 1999 to March 2022, Mexico has received a total of US$226M in FDI from Peru, distributed in equity capital (US$173M), reinvestment of earnings (US$44.5M), and inter-company debts (US$8.91M).

Foreign Direct Investment by States

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From January to March 2022, the states that received the highest FDI from Peru were Quintana Roo (Confidential), Nayarit (Confidential), and Yucatán (Confidential).

Historically (from January 1999 to March 2022) the states that have received the most FDI from Peru are Chihuahua (US$94M), Ciudad de México (US$47.1M), and Querétaro (US$44.2M).

Evolution of the Amount of Remittances

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The chart compares the evolution of remittances sent from Mexico to Peru and the remittances that Mexico receives from Peru.

In the first quarter of 2022, Mexico received US$20.6M in remittances from Peru, while Peru received US$5.65M in remittances from Mexico.

Remittancesand Foreign Direct Investment

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The visualization compares the evolution of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and the income from remittances from Peru.

During 2021, a total amount of remittances of US$20.6M is accumulated, while the FDI from Peru to Mexico accumulated in the year is -US$1.97M.

Immigration from Peru

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The map shows the destination states of migrants from Peru to Mexico in recent years. The bar chart shows the main causes of migration.

The states with the highest concentration of migrants from Peru were Ciudad de México (1,163 people), Estado de México (602 people), and Puebla (178 people).

The main reasons of migration from Peru to Mexico in recent years were family (956 people) and economical (907 people).

Diversity of immigrants

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The graph shows the population pyramid of the migrant population from Peru to Mexico in recent years.

3,229 inmigrants from Peru were registered, 42.1% women and 57.9% men.

The age ranges that concentrated the largest migrant population from Peru were 30 to 34 years (554 people), 20 to 24 years (458 people), and 35 to 39 years (341 people). These concentrated 41.9% of the total migrant population.