Pejuçara

Municipality in Rio Grande do Sul State in Brazil

Exports (1997): $48k, Rnk 1211/1383

Top Destination (1997): $48k, Uruguay

Top Export (1997): $27k, Tractors

Imports (2011): $3.62k, Rnk 0/1383

Top Origin (2011): $3.62k, China

Top Import (2011): $2.64k, Machinery Having Individual Functions

Exports: In 1997, Brazil's Pejuçara exported $48k, making it the 1211th largest exporter out of the 1383 exporters in Brazil. In 1997 the top exports of Pejuçara were Tractors ($27k), Soil Preparation Machinery ($15k), and Liquid Dispersing Machines ($6k).

Imports: In 2011, Brazil's Pejuçara imported $3.62k, making it the 0th largest importer out of the 1383 importers in Brazil. In 2011 top imports of Pejuçara were Machinery Having Individual Functions ($2.64k) and Centrifuges ($980).

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Top Destination (1997): Uruguay, $48k

Top Product (1997): Tractors, $27k

In 1997 the top export destinations of Pejuçara were Uruguay ($48k).

In 1997 the top exports of Pejuçara were Tractors ($27k), Soil Preparation Machinery ($15k), and Liquid Dispersing Machines ($6k).

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Top Origin (2011): China, $3.62k

Top Import (2011): Machinery Having Individual Functions, $2.64k

In 2011 the top import origins of Pejuçara were China ($3.62k).

In 2011 the top imports of Pejuçara were Machinery Having Individual Functions ($2.64k) and Centrifuges ($980).

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This section shows differences between total trade from Pejuçara throughout time.

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The municipalities of Brazil with the highest exports in 1997 were São Paulo ($4.18B), Rio De Janeiro ($2.48B), São Bernardo Do Campo ($1.96B), São José Dos Campos ($1.69B), and Vitória ($1.37B)

The municipalities of Brazil with the highest imports in 2011 were São Paulo ($8.32B), Manaus ($4.37B), Vitória ($3.24B), Rio De Janeiro ($3.07B), and São Bernardo Do Campo ($2.04B)

This section shows forecasts for total exports and imports from Pejuçara. The forecast is based in a Long Short-Term Memory Model constructed using monthly trade data.

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