The Primary Products Exported and Imported by State
Export Destinations and Origin of Imports by State
Brazil Export Product Groups by Dollar Value
Brazil assumes world leadership in the supply of soybean meal.
Brazilian agro exports break record in the first Semester. Brazilian agro exports reached US$ 82.80 billion in the 1st half of this year, growth of 4.5% compared to the same period of 2022
Brazil is the largest exporter of soybeans, corn, sugar, orange juice, coffee, beef and chickens. Since 2019, the country has opened markets for more than 200 new agricultural products in dozens of nations.
The sector closed 2022 with record exports of US$ 159.1 billion, growth of 32% compared to 2021, according to data from the Federal Government.
Agribusiness exports grew 32% in 2022. The index corresponds to US$ 159 billion. A value that represents almost half of all Brazilian foreign exchange revenue for the period, which was US$ 335 billion. The information was disclosed by the bulletin 'AgroExport'.
Agribusiness in Brazil is the largest exporter of chicken meat in the world. The country accounts for 15% of all production on the planet.
MT exports closed 2022 with revenue above US$ 32 billion. The balance of trade reached US$ 26.59 billion and ended the year as the largest in Brazil.
Brazil sent 53.74 million tons of soybeans to China in 2022. According to Secex, volume is 11% lower than the 60.476 million tons in 2021.
The following export product groups categorize the highest dollar value in Brazilian global shipments during 2021. Also shown is the percentage share each export category represents in terms of overall exports from Brazil.
Ores, slag, ash: US$48.7 billion (17.4% of total exports)
Oil seeds: $39.2 billion (13.9%)
Mineral fuels, including oil: $38.4 billion (13.7%)
Meat: $18.2 billion (6.5%)
Iron, steel: $14.3 billion (5.1%)
Machinery, including computers: $10.7 billion (3.8%)
Sugar, sugar confectionery: $9.4 billion (3.3%)
Vehicles: $9 billion (3.2%)
Food industry waste, animal fodder: $8 billion (2.8%)