Overview In September 2022, Brazil exported $6.86B and imported $5.81B from China, resulting in a positive trade balance of $1.05B. Between September 2021 and September 2022 the exports of Brazil have decreased by $-337M (-4.68%) from $7.2B to $6.86B, while imports increased by $1.22B (26.5%) from $4.59B to $5.81B.
Trade In September 2022, the top exports of Brazil to China were Iron Ore ($1.83B), Soybeans ($1.65B), Crude Petroleum ($1.07B), Frozen Bovine Meat ($868M), and Sulfate Chemical Woodpulp ($363M). In September 2022 the top imports of Brazil from China were Pesticides ($428M), Semiconductor Devices ($395M), Nitrogen Heterocyclic Compounds ($252M), Telephones ($232M), and Nitrogenous Fertilizers ($153M).
Origins In September 2022 the exports of Brazil were mainly from Minas Gerais ($1.23B), Pará ($1.09B), São Paulo ($845M), Rio de Janeiro ($460M), and Mato Grosso ($449M), while imports destinations were mainly São Paulo ($1.79B), Santa Catarina ($1.04B), Paraná ($578M), Amazonas ($556M), and Minas Gerais ($479M).
Growth In September 2022, the decrease in Brazil's year-by-year exports to China was explained primarily by an decrease in product exports in Soybeans ($-362M or -98%), Sulfate Chemical Woodpulp ($-146M or -51.9%), and Raw Cotton ($-58M or -28.1%). In September 2022, the increase in Brazil's year-by-year imports from China was explained primarily by an increase in product imports in Electric Generating Sets ($46.3M or 2.87k%), Computers ($26.7M or 70.7%), and Coated Flat-Rolled Iron ($25.2M or 65.4%).