RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilians spent US$449 million on international trips in June, against US$239 million in the same month last year, advised the Central Bank.
Foreigners spent US$228 million in Brazil, up from US$167 million in June 2020, resulting in a travel balance deficit of US$221 million in June 2021, up from US$72 million a year earlier.
The Central Bank estimates a travel deficit of US$3 billion in 2021, as disclosed in the Quarterly Inflation Report.
The main source region for Brazil, in number of tourists, is South America, with 61.2 . . .