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Most important evolutions for Uruguay’s imports
between 2012 and 2013

Origin of products imported by Uruguay*
green positive arrowUnited Arab EmiratesUS$128 millions+2487%
green positive arrowFree ZonesUS$313 millions+2394%
red negative arrowHungaryUS$1.1 millions-80%
red negative arrowCzech RepublicUS$3.5 millions-75%

Products imported by Uruguay*
green positive arrowAircraft, spacecraft, and parts thereofUS$29 millions+972%
green positive arrowOres, slag and ashUS$4.8 millions+188%
red negative arrowShips, boats and other floating structuresUS$2.6 millions-44%
red negative arrowMilling products, malt, starches, inulin, wheat glutenUS$21 millions-41%
* Threshold value : US$ 1 million

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