Brazil has increased exports to Arab countries and Israel under Jair Bolsonaro's government. Three years ago, when he took office, there were fears about the government's rapprochement with Israel due to the proposal to move the embassy from Tel Aviv, the international capital, to Jerusalem, which is still disputed with the Palestinians.
The risk would be the loss of exports to Arab countries. A Poder360 survey shows that this has not been confirmed. The increase in sales to Arabs and Israel was higher than the average increase in exports of 46% in the first half of the year . . .