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Guatemala City, Guatemala


Trade Commissioner: Diego Lechuga

Trade Manager: María Isabel Echeverría Blanco

Phone numbers:  +502 24847261

Address: 3ra avenida 14-33 zona 14, Ciudad de Guatemala

Business Hours: 8:00 – 16:00 hrs.

Languages: Spanish

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About the Market

Guatemala is Central America biggest economy, representing a third of the region GDP. It has a population of almost 17 million inhabitants, is one of the three main destinations of the Chilean exports in Central America and it has positioned itself as a hub to gain access to the markets of El Salvador, Honduras, Southern Mexico, and the United States.

Along with Honduras and El Salvador, it is a member of the Northern Triangle: A customs union that allows the free passage of goods in a common market. Guatemala has four main harbours that allows the access to the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean. According to the Population Census from 2018, 61% of its inhabitants has between 15 and 64 years old, while a 5.6% has 65 years old or more. Which means that has almost 7.6 million economically active people.

The Guatemalan market is in a process of diversification of purchasing trends, thanks to the sustained growth of its middle class, which opens a great opportunity for consumer goods, capital assets and specialised services.

Interesting Information

Interesting Information

GDP 2021 (MMUS$): 167.149

GDP Per capita 2021 (US$): 9.769

Population: 17.109.746

TOTAL CIF IMP 2021 (MMUS$): 26.605

TOTAL FOB EXP 2021 (MMUS$): 13.727

CIF Imports 2021 (market sends to Chile) (MMUS$):136

FOB Exports, not copper, from Chile to the market 2021 (MMUS$):138

*Data from the year 2021. Source The World Bank