Brazilian agribusiness exports totaled almost US$ 160 billion in 2022, up 32% over the previous year, influenced by the performance of international prices, according to the Secretariat of Trade and International Relations (SCRI) from the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock
Chile managed a positive foreign trade year in 2022, with exports reaching almost US$ 100 billion, the highest in historic terms, and a surplus of US$ 2,85 billion. The Central bank stats points out that the US$ 97,5bn exports, a 3% expansion over the previous year was achieved despite a strong drop in the value of the country's main export copper, 14%, and an 18% contraction of overseas sales of the red metal.
Uruguay’s goods exports grew 16.5% in value during the past year, to reach a record high of US$ 13.36 billion, according to the country's trade promotion agency.
Brazilian agribusiness exports should reach a record US$ 160 billion this year, which represents an increase of 32% compared to 2021, and a number that also was surprisingly high last year. But on the other hand input imports have never been so costly because of the international prices with inputs reaching almost US$ 50 billion, up 51% year to year.
Uruguayan exports have fallen 13% yoy in November of 2022 after recording a growth of 20.3% for the first eleven months of the year when compared to the same period of the previous year, it was reported Tuesday in Montevideo.
Despite a last shock surprise defeat against Cameroon, Brazil is in the Round of 16 and still standing as one of the favorites to reach the final round of Qatar 2022 World Soccer Cup. And despite its sporting performance, Brazil has had a huge leap in bilateral trade with the buildup to the Qatar event.
Argentina's Foreign Ministry Tuesday announced that the country's exports had amounted to US$ 7.901 billion in October, thus reaching new historic highs for this month.
With an economy still gripped by strict lockdown measures, Chinese exports contracted in October for the first time since the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic. Exports in dollar terms fell 0.3 percent year on year last month, official data showed, compared with an economists’ forecast of 4.5% growth and a 5.7% gain in September. The figure last fell in May 2020.
Uruguayan exports in the month of October 2022 totaled US$ 842 million, which represented a 6% year-on-year drop, it was reported Tuesday in Montevideo.
Uruguayan overall exports have fallen in September of 2022 for the first time in almost two years. The country still shows an increase of 33.2% so far this year, according to the Union of Exporters of Uruguay's monthly report.