RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian exports should reach US$262.379 billion next year, which represents a drop of 4.7% in relation to the US$275.316 billion estimated for 2021. Imports, however, may grow 4.5% from the US$218.094 billion projected for this year, reaching US$227.855 billion.
The forecast, released today (8) by the Foreign Trade Association of Brazil (AEB) for the trade balance next year, indicates that the surplus may reach US$34.524 billion, a fall of 39.7% compared to the US$57.222 billion estimated for 2021.
According to AEB . . .