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Trade statistics for international business development

Monthly, quarterly and yearly trade data. Import & export values, volumes, growth rates, market shares, etc.
New update in Trade Map as of 22 October 2014
23/10/2014 11:00:00 AM

You will find here the list of the last monthly and quarterly data updates.
New update in Trade Competitiveness Map
23/10/2014 11:00:00 AM

Trade Competitiveness Map has been updated: 2013 data is now available.
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Trade Map provides - in the form of tables, graphs and maps - indicators on export performance, international demand, alternative markets and competitive markets, as well as a directory of importing and exporting companies.
Trade Map covers 220 countries and territories and 5300 products of the Harmonized System. The monthly, quarterly and yearly trade flows are available from the most aggregated level to the tariff line level.
Latest trends available in Trade Map
Most important evolutions for Brazil’s imports
between July 2013 and July 2014

Origin of products imported by Brazil*
green positive arrowEquatorial GuineaUS$307 millions+486%
green positive arrowNorwayUS$256 millions+302%
red negative arrowSaudi ArabiaUS$62 millions-91%
red negative arrowTunisiaUS$3.2 millions-80%

Products imported by Brazil*
green positive arrowWorks of art, collectors pieces and antiquesUS$18 millions+480%
green positive arrowOres, slag and ashUS$186 millions+475%
red negative arrowZinc and articles thereofUS$4.9 millions-53%
red negative arrowRailway, tramway locomotives, rolling stock, equipmentUS$37 millions-49%
* Threshold value : US$ 1 million

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