Brazil: surplus reach USD 1323Bn in the 2nd week of SeptemberSep, 12, 2022 Posted by Gabriel Malheiros
The Brazilian trade balance registered a trade surplus of US$ 1.323 billion in the second week of September (5th to 11th). According to data released this Monday, 12, by the country’s Ministry of Economy, the balance resulted from US$ 6.214 billion in exports and US$ 4.891 billion in imports.
In September, the trade surplus topped US$ 2.342 billion up to the 11th, with exports at US$ 9.572 billion and imports at US$ 7.230 billion.
Year-to-date, the trade balance accumulated a surplus of US$ 46.217 billion.
Exports increased by 37.4% daily in September compared to the same month the previous year, with Agriculture increasing by 85.2%, the Extractive Industry rising by 5.3%, and sales of Manufacture Industry products increasing by 38.7%.
The daily average of imports climbed by 26.7% in the same period, with agriculture increasing by 27.9%, the extractive industry rising by 59.8%, and manufacturing products increasing by 25.2%.
Source: Isto É
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