Brazil’s trade balance shows a surplus of US$8.15 billion in April

In the first four months of the year, Brazilian exports totaled US$101.2 billion, and imports stood at US$ 81.2 billion. The trade balance of US$19.95 billion is 10.5% higher than in the same period of 2021, when it was US$18 billion.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's trade balance showed a surplus of US$8.15 billion in April. This means that Brazil is expected to have a trade surplus of US$19.95 billion in 2022.

The surplus in April is 13.9% lower than the same month in 2021 when the result reached US$10 billion.

The balance was also below market expectations, which had predicted a surplus of about US$9.6 billion for the month.

The March trade balance result was released Thursday (5) by the Ministry of Economy's Foreign Trade Secretariat.

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