The trade balance between the two countries has a history of surplus, especially in the last 7 years. The record was set in 2021 when Brazilian exports exceeded imports from China by US$ 43.4 billion - considering inflation-adjusted values.
That year, sales to the Asian giant reached US$94.9 billion, the best result in the entire historical series, which began in 1997.
In 2022, exports to the Asian giant exceeded imports by US$28.7 billion.
The last deficit was recorded in 2008, still in Lula's second presidential term: US$ 3.5 billion.
From 2012 to 2015 . . .
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