RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Exports to Brazil from Argentina reached US$1.355 billion in November, according to official data from the Brazilian Special Secretariat of Foreign Trade and International Affairs (SECINT). The figure was the highest since October 2013 and up 99.6% over November 2020.
In annual terms, sharp increases were noted in shipments of corn, unmilled wheat and rye, and vehicles. These products accounted for nearly 45% of total exports to the region's largest economy.
Argentina thus increased its share in Brazil's total imports from an average of 5.2% in the last 12 months . . .