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Brazilian tourist spending abroad totaled US$1.235 billion in April – Central Bank

By Larissa Garcia and Alex Ribeiro

Brazilians spent US$1.235 billion in April on international travel, against US$1.098 billion in the same month of 2022, according to the Central Bank (BC).

Foreigners who were in the country left behind US$452 million, against US$394 million in April 2022.

Thus, a travel account deficit of US$784 million in the fourth month of 2023, against US$703 million a year earlier.

The Central Bank estimates a travel deficit of US$11 billion for 2023, as released in the Quarterly Inflation Report (RTI).

With information from Valor

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