Monday, July 25

Brazil Import Export Data from Brazilian Customs - Trade Report and Statistics

Brazil experienced a trade surplus in the financial year 2015-16. The country’s exports were higher than its imports. If we look at import export data of Brazil 2015, the total exports and imports of the country stood at USD 191126886000 and USD 171446212000 respectively. These Brazil export import statistics have been collected from the Brazilian customs and revealed by Export Genius. Get the complete trade report and statistics here.


Location: Eastern South America, bordering the Atlantic Ocean
Geographic Coordinates: 10 00 S, 55 00 W
Area: 8515770 sq. km (Total); 8358140 sq. km (Land) and 157630 sq. km (Water)
Land Boundaries: 16145 km (Total)
Border Countries (10): Venezuela (2137 km); Uruguay (1050 km); Suriname (515 km); Peru (2659 km); Paraguay (1371 km); Guyana (1308 km); French Guiana (649 km); Colombia (1790 km); Bolivia (3403 km) and Argentina (1263 km)
Coastline: 7491 km
Climate: Mostly tropical but temperate in south
Natural Resources: Timber, Hydropower, Petroleum, Uranium, Rare Earth Elements, Tin, Platinum, Phosphates, Nickel, Manganese, Iron Ore, Gold and Bauxite
Irrigated Land: 54000 sq. km (2012)
Total Renewable Water Resources: 8233 cu km (2011)


Country Name: Federative Republic of Brazil (Conventional Long Form); Brazil (Conventional Short Form); Republica Federative do Brazil (Local Long Form); Brasil (Local Short Form)
Government Type: Federal Presidential Republic
Capital: Brasilia
Time Difference: UTC-3 (2 hours ahead of Washington, DC, during Standard Time)
Independence: 7 September 1822 (from Portugal)
Chief of State: Acting President Michel Miguel Elias TEMER Lulia (since 12 May 2016)
Head of Government: Acting President Michel Miguel Elias TEMER Lulia (since 12 May 2016)
National Symbol: Southern Cross constellation
National Colours: Blue, Yellow and Green
National Anthem: "Hino Nacional Brasileiro" (Brazilian National Anthem)


The economy of Brazil is the largest in Latin America and world’s 8th largest economy at market exchange rates. It is the seventh largest globally in purchasing power parity. The country has a mixed economy with abundant natural resources. After experiencing a rapid growth in earlier decades, Brazil entered into a recession during financial year 2014-15 amidst to nationwide protests and political corruption scandal.

Brazil has been expanding its presence into the international markets. It is one of a group of four emerging economies called the BRIC countries. The country has been the world’s largest producer of coffee since last 150 years. And now it has become the 4th largest car market in the world. To find more information on Brazil trade along with the Brazil import export data 2015, see below.

GDP (Purchasing Power Parity): USD 3.192 trillion (2015 estimation)
GDP (Official Exchange Rate): USD 1.773 trillion (2015 estimation)
GDP (Real Growth Rate): -3.8% (2015 estimation)
GDP (Per Capita): USD 15600 (2015 estimation)
Gross National Saving: 16.4% of GDP (2015 estimation)

Major Industries of Brazil

Like I said Brazil has been the world’s largest producer of coffee since past several decades, the country has also managed to be in the list of top 5 countries having largest car market. As per the export data of Brazil 2015, the country’s total business of vehicles including car stood at 5% to total exports in the year 2015. Here is the list of largest industries of Brazil.

Serial Number
Name of Industry
Aircraft, Motor Vehicles and Other Machinery & Equipment
Iron Ore
Agriculture Products - Beef, Citrus, Cocoa, Sugarcane, Corn, Rice, Wheat, Soybeans and Coffee

Customs Data of Brazil Imports

Last Year Value of Total Imports of Brazil (2015): USD 171446212000

Previous Year Value of Total Brazil Imports (2014): USD 22900056000

Import Data of Brazil Major Product Imports of 2015: Mineral Fuels, Oils, Distillation Products, etc. (14.54%); Machinery, Nuclear Reactors, Boilers, etc. (14.47%); Electrical, Electronic Equipment (11.89%); Vehicles Other Than Railway, Tramway (7.91%); Organic Chemicals (5.42%); Plastics & Articles (4.15%); Fertilizers (3.85%); Pharmaceutical Products (3.77%); Optical, Photo, Technical, Medical, etc. (3.23%) and Miscellaneous Chemical Products (2.71%).

List of Major Exporter Countries from which Brazil Imported Products the Most in 2015: China (17.9%); United States of America (15.6%); Germany (6.1%); Argentina (6%); Republic of Korea (3.2%); Japan (2.8%); Italy (2.7%); Nigeria (2.7%); France (2.6%) and Mexico (2.6%).

Customs Data of Brazil Exports

Last Year Value of Total Brazil Exports (2015): USD 191126886000

Previous Year Value of Total Exports of Brazil (2014): USD 225098405000

Export Data of Brazil Major Product Exports of 2015: Soya Beans (10.98 percent to total exports); Iron Ores (7.36 percent); Crude Petroleum Oil (6.16 percent); Meat (6.84 percent); Machinery (5.94 percent); Vehicles Other Than Railway, Tramway (5.03 percent); Iron and Steel (4.67 percent); Sugars (4.07 percent).

List of Major Importer Countries to which Brazil Exported Products the Most in 2015: China (18.6 percent to total exports); United States of America (12.7 percent); Argentina (6.7 percent); Netherlands (5.3 percent); Germany (2.7 percent); Japan (2.5 percent); Chile (2.1 percent).

Major Seaports of Brazil

As per the information collected on the Brazil trade, following are the major seaports of Brazil through import and export of goods take place.

  • Porto de Santos – SP.
  • Porto de Vitória – ES.
  • Porto de Paranaguá – PR.
  • Porto de Rio Grande – RS.
  • Porto de Rio de Janeiro – RJ.
  • Porto de Itajaí – SC.
  • Porto de São Sebastião – SP.
  • Porto de Itaqui – MA.

Major Airports of Brazil

Here are the major airports of Brazil through transportation of goods take place from one country to another.
  • Guarulhos International Airport
  • Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport
  • Congonhas Airport
  • Galeão International Airport
  • Tancredo Neves-Confins International Airport
  • Viracopos International Airport
  • Santos Dumont Airport
  • Salvador International Airport

This is the genuine trade report of Brazil that has been prepared by the team of Export Genius after doing a thorough research work. We collect import export data of Brazil from the valid and trusted sources including Brazilian customs and check export import statistics of Brazil in order to provide the most accurate foreign trade report. To know more about our market research services and get the full Brazil import export data online, drop an e-mail to or fill up your query at Quick Enquiry Form at Top & Right Side of this blog.

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