RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's trade balance registered a trade surplus of US$1.932 billion in the third week of April 2022.
According to data released by the Foreign Trade Secretariat (Secex) of the Ministry of Economy on Monday evening (18), this figure was reached with exports of US$6.590 billion and imports of US$4.657 billion.
In April, the trade result accumulated to a surplus of US$5.482 billion. This year, the balance is positive at US$17.281 billion.
The daily average of exports registered a 19.5% increase in the first three . . .
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