Senador José Porfírio

Municipality in Pará State in Brazil

Exports (2019): $123k, Rnk 1824/2197

Top Destination (2019): $54.9k, Guadeloupe

Top Export (2019): $70k, Sawn Wood

Imports (2003): $3.04k, Rnk 0/2197

Top Origin (2003): $3.04k, United States

Top Import (2003): $2.02k, Excavation Machinery

Exports: In 2019, Brazil's Senador José Porfírio exported $123k, making it the 1824th largest exporter out of the 2197 exporters in Brazil. In 2019 the top exports of Senador José Porfírio were Sawn Wood ($70k) and Shaped Wood ($53.1k).

Imports: In 2003, Brazil's Senador José Porfírio imported $3.04k, making it the 0th largest importer out of the 2197 importers in Brazil. In 2003 top imports of Senador José Porfírio were Excavation Machinery ($2.02k), Other Rubber Products ($560), Ball Bearings ($412), Other Cast Iron Products ($44), and Iron Fasteners ($2).

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Top Destination (2019): Guadeloupe, $54.9k

Top Product (2019): Sawn Wood, $70k

In 2019 the top export destinations of Senador José Porfírio were Guadeloupe ($54.9k), France ($53.1k), and Martinique ($15.1k).

In 2019 the top exports of Senador José Porfírio were Sawn Wood ($70k) and Shaped Wood ($53.1k).

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Top Origin (2003): United States, $3.04k

Top Import (2003): Excavation Machinery, $2.02k

In 2003 the top import origins of Senador José Porfírio were United States ($3.04k).

In 2003 the top imports of Senador José Porfírio were Excavation Machinery ($2.02k), Other Rubber Products ($560), Ball Bearings ($412), Other Cast Iron Products ($44), and Iron Fasteners ($2).

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This section shows differences between total trade from Senador José Porfírio throughout time.

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The municipalities of Brazil with the highest exports in 2019 were Rio De Janeiro ($11.3B), Duque De Caxias ($10.4B), Parauapebas ($7.02B), Canaã Dos Carajás ($4.93B), and São Paulo ($4.14B)

The municipalities of Brazil with the highest imports in 2003 were Manaus ($10.1B), São Paulo ($10.1B), Rio De Janeiro ($9.48B), Itajaí ($7.3B), and Macaé ($5.31B)

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

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