Overview: In February 2021 Sumaré exported $26.9M and imported $119M, resulting in a negative trade balance of $92.2M. Between February 2020 and February 2021 the exports of Sumaré have decreased by $-4.9M (-15.4%) from $31.8M to $26.9M, while imports increased by $40.3M (51.1%) from $78.8M to $119M.
Trade: In February 2021, the top exports of Sumaré were Iron Ore ($1.56B), Iron Ore ($1.05B), Crude Petroleum ($902M), Soybeans ($625M), and Crude Petroleum ($464M). In February 2021 the top imports of Sumaré were Special Purpose Ships ($1.43B), Telephones ($192M), Vehicle Parts ($190M), Electricity ($189M), and Blood, antisera, vaccines, toxins and cultures ($180M).
Destinations: In February 2021, Sumaré exported mostly to Argentina ($5.57M), Mexico ($4.96M), United States ($3.8M), Chile ($2.33M), and Netherlands ($1.74M), and imported mostly from India ($47.2M), South Africa ($12.4M), Colombia ($11.2M), China ($10.9M), and United States ($9.01M).
Growth: In February 2021, the decrease in Sumaré's year-by-year exports was explained primarily by an decrease in exports to China ($-585M or -41.9%), China ($-245M or -69.2%), and Singapore ($-158M or -99.8%), and product exports decrease in Crude Petroleum ($-1.01B or -52.8%), Soybeans ($-356M or -36.3%), and Soybeans ($-222M or -84.2%). In February 2021, the increase in Sumaré's year-by-year imports was explained primarily by an increase in imports from Brazil ($1.11B or 235%), China ($276M or 38.4%), and China ($244M or 45.1%), and product imports increase in Electricity ($188M or 23.6k%), Petroleum Gas ($128M or 5.81M%), and Blood, antisera, vaccines, toxins and cultures ($81.9M or 83.2%).