Brazil Arab trade increases

Brazil Arab trade increasesBrazilian exports to Arab countries are at an all-time high, due mainly to food exports.  Middle Eastern countries bought $4.1 billion worth of goods in the first four months of 2011 alone, a 45% increase.  This is despite the political and social unrest in many Arab countries.  Syria did see an 11% decline in the purchase of Brazilian exports, but other countries more than made up the difference.

Saudi Arabia is by far the largest purchaser of Brazilian exports, with sugar and meat making up 70% of it and the region’s imports. Saudi demand grew by 34% compared to the previous year, with over $1.1 billion in Brazilian products.  The Brazilian-Arab partnership is expected to increase over the next few years, according to the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce.

 



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Brazilian exports to Arab countries are at an all-time high, due mainly to food exports.  Middle Eastern countries bought $4.1 billion worth of goods in the first four months of 2011 alone, a 45% increase.  This is despite the political and social unrest in many Arab countries.  Syria did see an 11% decline in the purchase of Brazilian exports, but other countries more than made up the difference. Saudi Arabia is by far the largest purchaser of Brazilian exports, with sugar and meat making up 70% of it and the region’s imports. Saudi demand grew by 34% compared to the...

Brazil Arab trade increasesBrazilian exports to Arab countries are at an all-time high, due mainly to food exports.  Middle Eastern countries bought $4.1 billion worth of goods in the first four months of 2011 alone, a 45% increase.  This is despite the political and social unrest in many Arab countries.  Syria did see an 11% decline in the purchase of Brazilian exports, but other countries more than made up the difference.

Saudi Arabia is by far the largest purchaser of Brazilian exports, with sugar and meat making up 70% of it and the region’s imports. Saudi demand grew by 34% compared to the previous year, with over $1.1 billion in Brazilian products.  The Brazilian-Arab partnership is expected to increase over the next few years, according to the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce.

 



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