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BRAZIL IMPORT-EXPORT REGULATIONS

Brazil’s customs department (aduaneiras) falls under the jurisdiction of the Federal Revenue Department
(
Receita Federal) of the Ministry of Finance. The Brazilian Customs Export and Import Procedures are only
available in Portuguese.

BRAZIL - VERY USEFUL WEBSITES

Brazil - Very Useful Websites provides more links to governmental agencies, industrial federations and
associations, trade and investment promotion agencies, trade portals, US-Brazil trade promotion offices, and
more.

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US-BRAZIL TRADE 2005-2013

According to US foreign trade statistics, published by the US Census Bureau, Brazil dropped from 8th to 9th
place among US top trade partners for the year 2013 with 1.9 percent of total trade, a value of US$71.7 billion.
Exports totaled US$44.1 billion; imports totaled US$27.6 billion.  

Brazil’s total trade with the USA grew steadily over the period 2005 to 2008 from US$39.9 billion to US$62.7
billion, representing an increase of 58 percent. Due to the 2009 global economic crisis, this growth was
interrupted, as seen in the diagram below.

Trade between the USA and Brazil recovered and expanded during 2010-2011, surpassing levels in 2008. In
2013, exports continued to decline by 1 percent when compared to 2012. Imports showed a greater decline with
14 percent.
Source: US Census Bureau, March 2014