HS Icon Motor-working Tools in  Flag Brazil

2019
Exports | Imports
: $105M | $125M, World Rnk 13 / 202
Flag Rnk 184 / 1199 | World Rnk 20 / 222
Flag Rnk 237 / 1196

2018 - 2019
FASTEST GROWING MARKET | FASTEST GROWING ORIGIN
: $3.49M | $2.06M, Kenya |  Hungary

2019
ECONOMIC COMPLEXITY of Brazil
: 0.58, Rnk 44 / 147

2019
PRODUCT COMPLEXITY  IN Motor-working Tools
: 1.63, Rnk 34 / 1029

Exports In 2019, Brazil exported $105M in Motor-working Tools, making it the 13th largest exporter of Motor-working Tools in the world. At the same year, Motor-working Tools was the 184th most exported product in Brazil. The main destination of Motor-working Tools exports from Brazil are: Colombia ($11.5M), South Africa ($8.57M), Mexico ($7.47M), Kenya ($6.47M), and India ($6.07M).

The fastest growing export markets for Motor-working Tools of Brazil between 2018 and 2019 were Kenya ($3.49M), Mexico ($1.47M), and China ($887k).

Imports In 2019, Brazil imported $125M in Motor-working Tools, becoming the 20th largest importer of Motor-working Tools in the world. At the same year, Motor-working Tools was the 237th most imported product in Brazil. Brazil imports Motor-working Tools primarily from: China ($65.2M), United States ($14.3M), Germany ($9.72M), Japan ($5.52M), and Sweden ($4.43M).

The fastest growing import markets in Motor-working Tools for Brazil between 2018 and 2019 were Hungary ($2.06M), China ($1.85M), and France ($572k).

Tariffs In 2017, the average tariff for Brazil in Motor-working Tools was 15.6%. The countries with the highest import tariffs for Motor-working Tools were Cuba (Most Favoured Nation duty rate treatement, 19.1%), Panama (Most Favoured Nation duty rate treatement, 19.1%), Mexico (Most Favoured Nation duty rate treatement, 19%), Angola (Most Favoured Nation duty rate treatement, 16.1%), and Burundi (Most Favoured Nation duty rate treatement, 16.1%).

July 2021

Subnational Monthly Trade

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EXPORT GROWTH (July 2020 - July 2021): $8.69M, (80.2%)

IMPORT GROWTH (July 2020 - July 2021): $13.8M, (71.1%)

MAIN EXPORTER (July 2021): Rio Grande Do Sul, $11.9M

MAIN DESTINATION (July 2021): Mexico, $3.08M

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Historical Data

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EXPORTS (2019): $105M

IMPORTS (2019): $125M

NET TRADE (2019): -$19.5M

In 2019, Brazil exported $105M in Motor-working Tools. The main destinations of Brazil exports on Motor-working Tools were Colombia ($11.5M), South Africa ($8.57M), Mexico ($7.47M), Kenya ($6.47M), and India ($6.07M).

In 2019, Brazil imported $125M in Motor-working Tools, mainly from China ($65.2M), United States ($14.3M), Germany ($9.72M), Japan ($5.52M), and Sweden ($4.43M).

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THE FASTEST GROWING Motor-working Tools EXPORT MARKETS FOR Brazil WERE (2018 - 2019):

THE FASTEST DECLINING MARKETS FOR THE EXPORT OF Motor-working Tools BY Brazil WERE (2018 - 2019):

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Market Concentration

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In 2019, Brazil's main exporting competitors in Motor-working Tools were:

In 2019, Brazil's main importing competitors in Motor-working Tools were:

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Tariffs by Country

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In 2017, the average tariff for Brazil in Motor-working Tools was 15.6%.

The countries with the highest tariffs for Motor-working Tools in Brazil were Cuba (Most Favoured Nation duty rate treatement, 19.1%), Panama (Most Favoured Nation duty rate treatement, 19.1%), Mexico (Most Favoured Nation duty rate treatement, 19%), Angola (Most Favoured Nation duty rate treatement, 16.1%), and Burundi (Most Favoured Nation duty rate treatement, 16.1%).