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Brazilian exports to Arab nations up by 11 per cent early this year

The Arab-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce (ABCC) reported an increase of 10.33 per cent in Brazilian exports to Arab countries during the first four months of 2023. The export value totalled US$5.696 billion, as compared to US$5.162 billion during the same period last year. The rise in exports reflect the continued increase in demand for Brazilian products across Arabian countries. The top destination for Brazilian exports during this period was the UAE followed by Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Kuwait, and Iraq. The main products exported from Brazil to the Arab World were sugar, poultry, maize, and soybeans, among others. While exports to the UAE stood at US$84.29 million, followed by Saudi Arabia at US$83.43 million, Kuwait at US$4.7 million and Qatar at US$5.43 million. Osmar Chohfi, President, ABCC, said, “We are delighted to have played a vital role in facilitating the growth in exports to Arab countries, signifying the potential for strengthening trade and investment ties between Brazil and the Arab world. Our goal has always been to promote business and investment opportunities through our numerous initiatives and programs between Brazil and the Arab nations.”


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