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Country Profile: Brazil

USD 1,8 trillions
GDP per capita
USD 15.100
207 millions


Brazil is the twentyfirst (21°) exporting economy in the world. In 2016, Brazil has exported USD 182 billions and has imported USD 135 billions, with a positive resulting trade balance of USD 46,4 billions. In 2016 Brazil's GDP was USD 1,8 trillions and its GDP per capita was USD 15.100.

The main goods exported by Brazil are: Soybeans (USD 19 billions), Iron ore (USD 13,1 billions), Raw sugar (USD 10,4 billions), Crude petroleum (USD 9,9 billions) and Poultry meat (USD 6,13 billions).

It's main imports are: Refined petroleum (USD 7,3 billions), Vehicle parts (USD 4,83 billions), Packaged medicines (USD 3,28 billions), Telephones (USD 3,04 billions) and Crude petroleum (USD 2,9 billions).

The main export destinations of Brazil are: China (USD 35,1 billions), United States (USD 23,3 billions), Argentina (USD 13,4 billions), The Netherlands (USD 10,3 billions) and Germany (USD 4,86 billions).

The main origins of its imports are: United States (USD 30,1 billions), China (USD 22 billions), Germany (USD 10 billions), Argentina (USD 9 billions) and France (USD 4,78 billions).

Brazil borders with Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela by land.



Origins of imports

Destination of exports

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