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Brazilian Imports and Exports

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Transcript of Brazilian Imports and Exports

Western-style capitalist economy
Robust business and consumer confidence
High export pricess for raw materials
Low inflation
Growing ties with China Singapore
7% Imports http://www.globalsmes.org/news/index.php?func=detail&detailid=553&catalog=28&lan=en&search_keywords= Brazil's Top Ten Trade Partners Exports Valued at $118 Billion (2005) Imports Valued at $74 Billion (2005) http://www.suite101.com/content/brazil-s-trade-buddies-a6448 United Stated (Trade Partner) #1
18.9% of total exports
Valued at $22,302,000,000 (2005) #1
17.2% of total imports
Valued at $12,728,000,000 (2005) Argentina (Trade Partner) #2
8.5% of total Imports
Valued at $6,290,000,000 (2005) #2
8.4% of total exports
Valued at $9,912,000,000 (2005) Germany (Trade Partner) #5
4.2% of total exports
Valued at
$4,956,000,000 (2005) Netherland (Tarde Partner) #4
4.5% of total exports
Valued at
$5,310,000,000 (2005) China (Trade Partner) #3
5.7% of total exports
Valued at
$6,726,000,000 (2005) Mexico (Trade Partner) #6
3.5% of total exports
Valued at
$4,130,000,000 (2005) Chile (Trade Partner) #7
3.1% of total exports
Valued at
$3,658,000,000 (2005) Japan (Trade Partner) #8
3.0% of total exports
Valued at
$3,540,000,000 (2005) Italy (Trade Partner) #9
2.7% of total exports
Valued at
$3,186,000,000 (2005) Russia (Trade Partner) #10
2.5% of total exports
Valued at
$2,950,000,000 (2005) #3
8.4% of total imports
Valued at
$6,216,000,000 (2005) #4
7.3% of total imports
Valued at
$5,402,000,000 (2005) #5
4.6% of total imports
Value at
$3,404,000,000 (2005) Alergia (Trade Partner) #6
3.9% of total imports
Valued at
$2,886,000,000 (2005) France (Trade Partner) #7
3.7% of total imports
Valued at
$2,738,000,000 (2005) Nigeria (Trade Partner) #8
3.6% of total imports
Valued at
$2664000000 (2005) South Korea (Trade Partner) #9
3.2% of total imports
Valued at
$2,368,000,000 (2005) #10
3.1% of total imports
Valued at
$2,294,000,000 (2005) US Exports to Brazil (2010) 2010 US exports to Brazil
(In thousands of dollars)

Civilian aircraft, engines, equipment, and parts - 4,348,296
Computer accessories - 1,993,366
Chemicals-organic - 1,938,301
Fuel oil - 1,484,282
Plastic materials - 1,464,458
Telecommunications equipment - 1,439,377
Petroleum products, other - 1,368,712
Semiconductors - 1,325,116
Pharmaceutical preparations - 1,266,169
Metallurgical grade coal - 1,221,910
Chemicals-fertilizers - 1,097,341 http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/product/enduse/exports/c3510.html#questions http://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/statistics/product/enduse/imports/c3510.html 2010 US Imports from Brazil
(In thousands of dollars)

Crude - 7,259,236
Green coffee - 1,083,405
Steelmaking and Ferro alloying materials-unmanufactured - 943,410
Pulpwood and wood pulp - 947,657
U.S. goods returned, and reimports - 727,404
Civilian aircraft, complete-all types - 645,099
Fuel oil - 581,984
Industrial organic chemicals - 572,380
Iron and steel mill products-semi finished - 560,237
Other (tobacco, waxes, nonfood oils) - 521,666
Engines and engine parts - 509,611 US Imports from Brazil (2010) http://www.tradingeconomics.com/brazil/exports Brazil Exports Value of 19.3 Billion (2011) transport equipment
iron ore
soybeans
footwear
coffee
autos
automotive parts
machinery
raw cane
refined sugar
orange juice Brazil Imports Value of 15.1 Billion (2011) machinery
electrical equipment
transport equipment
chemical products
automotive part
electronics
oil http://www.tradingeconomics.com/brazil/imports Citied Sources
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