Overview In September 2022, Brazil exported $3.42B and imported $4.42B from United States, resulting in a negative trade balance of $998M. Between September 2021 and September 2022 the exports of Brazil have increased by $429M (14.3%) from $3B to $3.42B, while imports increased by $705M (19%) from $3.72B to $4.42B.
Trade In September 2022, the top exports of Brazil to United States were Crude Petroleum ($674M), Pig Iron ($235M), Semi-Finished Iron ($180M), Planes, Helicopters, and/or Spacecraft ($180M), and Sulfate Chemical Woodpulp ($131M). In September 2022 the top imports of Brazil from United States were Refined Petroleum ($1.22B), Gas Turbines ($338M), Petroleum Gas ($320M), Pesticides ($143M), and Coal Briquettes ($141M).
Origins In September 2022 the exports of Brazil were mainly from São Paulo ($912M), Minas Gerais ($400M), Rio de Janeiro ($371M), Espírito Santo ($299M), and Santa Catarina ($173M), while imports destinations were mainly São Paulo ($1.37B), Rio de Janeiro ($489M), Maranhão ($390M), Bahia ($387M), and Rio Grande do Sul ($224M).
Growth In September 2022, the increase in Brazil's year-by-year exports to United States was explained primarily by an increase in product exports in Coffee ($40.1M or 62.3%), Building Stone ($23.6M or 73.2%), and Pig Iron ($20.4M or 266%). In September 2022, the increase in Brazil's year-by-year imports from United States was explained primarily by an increase in product imports in Gas Turbines ($132M or 262%), Petroleum Gas ($110M or 260%), and Nitrogen Heterocyclic Compounds ($37.4M or 556%).