RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian mining sector recorded a 62% increase in revenues in 2021 compared to 2020, reaching R$339 (US$4) billion, according to data from the Brazilian Mining Institute (Ibram) released on Tuesday (1).
In the state division, Pará and Minas Gerais states remain the most important in the sector, with revenues of R$146.6 billion (+51%) and R$143 billion (+87%), respectively.
Minas Gerais increased its share in invoicing from 37% to 42%, while Pará's share fell from 46% to 43%. In third place is the state of Bahia, which surpassed Goiás . . .