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BRAZIL'S TRADING PARTNERS

Brazil’s top three trading partners by country – for the year 2013 – were China with total trade in goods of
US$83.3 billion, followed by the USA (including Puerto Rico) with US$61.1 billion, and Argentina with US$36.1
billion.

When compared with the previous year,
Brazil’s exports in 2013 to all regions shrunk by 0.2 percent. While
exports to the USA (including Puerto Rico) fell by 7.4 percent, the European Free Trade Association (EFTA)
achieved the highest growth with 19.7 percent.

The diagram below shows the percentage of exports by region for the year 2013
.
Source: Brazil MDIC/Secex, January 2014
Brazil's imports in 2013 increased by 7.4 percent for all regions when compared with the previous year. Africa
had the highest growth with 22.3 percent, while imports from the USA (including Puerto Rico) grew by 11.3
percent. Eastern Europe experienced the greatest decline with 12.4 percent.

The diagram below shows the percentage of imports by region for 2013.
Source: Brazil MDIC/Secex, January 2014
See next page for US-Brazil Trade 2005-2013.
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