Overview: In May 2021 United States exported $3.59B and imported $2.43B from Brazil, resulting in a positive trade balance of $1.16B. Between May 2020 and May 2021 the exports of United States have increased by $1.31B (57.7%) from $2.28B to $3.59B, while imports increased by $672M (38.1%) from $1.76B to $2.43B.
Trade: In May 2021, the top exports of United States to Brazil were Aircraft Parts ($531M), Refined Petroleum ($527M), Petroleum Gas ($227M), Integrated Circuits ($123M), and Ethylene Polymers ($98.6M). In May 2021 the top imports of United States from Brazil were Refined Petroleum ($172M), Semi-Finished Iron ($150M), Crude Petroleum ($137M), Coffee ($111M), and Sulfate Chemical Woodpulp ($110M).
Origins: In May 2021 the exports of United States were mainly from Texas ($1.03B), Florida ($372M), Louisiana ($262M), Illinois ($228M), and California ($227M), while imports destinations were mainly California ($311M), Florida ($304M), Illinois ($245M), Texas ($219M), and New Jersey ($201M).
Growth: In May 2021, the increase in United States's year-by-year exports to Brazil was explained primarily by an increase in product exports in Refined Petroleum ($272M or 107%), Petroleum Gas ($195M or 614%), and Aircraft Parts ($119M or 28.9%). In May 2021, the increase in United States's year-by-year imports from Brazil was explained primarily by an increase in product imports in Crude Petroleum ($104M or 310%), Refined Petroleum ($82.6M or 92.4%), and Semi-Finished Iron ($73.3M or 96.3%).