Brazil has trade surplus of US$1.87 billion in fourth week of July

The extractive industry continues to lead the export increase, with a growth of 68.9% in the period, followed by the transformation industry (+43.9%) and agriculture and ranching (+13.5%).

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The trade balance recorded a surplus of US$1.87 billion in the fourth week of July, reported the Secretariat of Foreign Trade (Secex) of the Ministry of Economy. The surplus is the difference between exports of US$5.91 billion and imports of US$4.04 billion in the period. In the year so far, the trade balance is positive at US$43.67 billion.

The daily average of exports in the month through the fourth week rose 42.7% over the same month last year to US$1.204 billion. The extractive industry continues . . .

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