Exports: In 2019, Brazil exported $5.33B in Raw Sugar, making it the 1st largest exporter of Raw Sugar in the world. At the same year, Raw Sugar was the 10th most exported product in Brazil. The main destination of Raw Sugar exports from Brazil are: Algeria ($634M), Bangladesh ($474M), Nigeria ($418M), Saudi Arabia ($402M), and China ($391M).
The fastest growing export markets for Raw Sugar of Brazil between 2018 and 2019 were China ($173M), Iran ($139M), and Yemen ($39.8M).
Imports: In 2019, Brazil imported $3.72M in Raw Sugar, becoming the 151st largest importer of Raw Sugar in the world. At the same year, Raw Sugar was the 883rd most imported product in Brazil. Brazil imports Raw Sugar primarily from: United States ($1.88M), United Arab Emirates ($863k), Germany ($260k), Guatemala ($142k), and Switzerland ($83.4k).
The fastest growing import markets in Raw Sugar for Brazil between 2018 and 2019 were United Arab Emirates ($863k), United States ($278k), and Guatemala ($142k).
Tariffs: In 2017, the average tariff for Brazil in Raw Sugar was 15.6%. The countries with the highest import tariffs for Raw Sugar were Angola (16%), Burundi (16%), Benin (16%), Burkina Faso (16%), and Botswana (16%).