Between January and July 2022, Brazilian exports reached a record US$200 billion. This amount is 20% higher than the US$160 billion recorded in the same period last year. The data comes from the Ministry of Economy.
So far, the transformation industry has contributed just over US$100 billion in 2022. That is, its share in Brazil's record exports was more than 50%. Rural production contributed 25% and extractive industries 22%.
In the ranking of buyers, China comes first with US$55 billion - or about 30%. The United States was second with US$20 billion (10% of the . . .