Overview: In March 2021 Curitibanos exported $7.99M and imported $323k, resulting in a positive trade balance of $7.66M. Between March 2020 and March 2021 the exports of Curitibanos have decreased by $-2.48M (-23.7%) from $10.5M to $7.99M, while imports increased by $254k (362%) from $69.9k to $323k.
Trade: In March 2021, the top exports of Curitibanos were Sawn Wood ($4.67M), Particle Board ($1.84M), Wood Fiberboard ($846k), Wooden Tool Handles ($544k), and Matches ($54.1k). In March 2021 the top imports of Curitibanos were Metalworking Machine Parts ($72.1k), Non-Mechanical Removal Machinery ($59.2k), Harvesting Machinery ($47.2k), Hydrogen ($42.7k), and Friction Material ($16.5k).
Destinations: In March 2021, Curitibanos exported mostly to Vietnam ($2.52M), China ($2.04M), United States ($501k), Mexico ($484k), and Colombia ($470k), and imported mostly from Germany ($144k), China ($59.2k), Italy ($42.7k), Canada ($38.9k), and Belgium ($10.4k).
Growth: In March 2021, the decrease in Curitibanos's year-by-year exports was explained primarily by an decrease in exports to China ($-1.18M or -36.7%), United States ($-1.17M or -70.1%), and Mexico ($-439k or -47.6%), and product exports decrease in Particle Board ($-1.42M or -43.6%), Wood Fiberboard ($-813k or -49%), and Wooden Tool Handles ($-575k or -51.4%). In March 2021, the increase in Curitibanos's year-by-year imports was explained primarily by an increase in imports from Germany ($142k or 5.22k%), Canada ($19.1k or 96.2%), and Switzerland ($5.93k or 1.16k%), and product imports increase in Metalworking Machine Parts ($71.5k or 14k%) and Iron Fasteners ($5.16k or 1.43k%).