External scenario boosts Brazil’s consumer goods exports

The export scenario is more positive for manufacturers of consumer goods such as footwear, clothing, hygiene and beauty articles and industrialized food - sectors that accounted for 19% of the total exported by Brazil last year.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The economic recovery in countries like the U.S. and China and the exchange rate are boosting business.

The export scenario is more positive for manufacturers of consumer goods such as footwear, clothing, hygiene and beauty articles, and processed food - sectors that accounted for 19% of the total exported by Brazil last year.

The main driver is the progress of vaccination and consequent economic recovery in countries like the United States and China, the two largest importers of Brazilian products. The dollar, which remains at a high level against the Brazilian Real, is also helping and . . .

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