The Brazilian trade balance recorded a surplus of US$ 32.19 billion in 2022, up to the third week of June. The trade flow, the sum of exports and imports, rose 22.8% in the same comparison period, reaching US$ 270.32 billion. Exports in 2022 so far totaled US$ 151.26 billion, an increase of 18.8% over the daily averages recorded in the same period of 2021. Imports reached US$ 119.06 billion, up 28.4%. The trade balance result in the first three weeks of June indicates a 13.6% increase in the month’s surplus compared to the daily average of June 2021, reaching a total of US$ 6.76 billion. Trade flow increased 25.2%, reaching US$ 32.98 billion in the month, reflecting the 23.1% growth in exports, which totaled US$ 19.87 billion, and 28.6% in imports, which totaled US$ 13.11 billion. In the third week of June alone, the trade balance had a positive balance of US$ 3.34 billion, while the trade flow result was US$ 11.72 billion, as exports totaled US$ 7.53 billion and imports US$ 4.19 billion.
Source: Datamar News