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Exports grow 1.4% in April and historical balance has a surplus of US $ 4.861 billion

The Brazilian trade balance ended April with US $ 4.861 billion surplus, the highest result for the month of April since the start of the series in 1989. According to figures released on Monday (2) by the Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade (MDIC), exports last month totaled US $ 15.374 billion and grew 1.4% over the same period of 2015. in the same comparison, imports fell 28.3% to $ 10.513 billion.

Pela média diária, foram exportados US$ 768,7 milhões em abril. The daily average, exports totaled US $ 768.7 million in April. No mesmo mês do ano passado foram US$ 757,8 milhões. In the same month last year were $ 757.8 million. Segundo o MDIC, cresceram as exportações de produtos básicos e de semimanufaturados, mas caíram as vendas de manufaturados. According to the ministry, increased exports of commodities and semi-manufactured goods, but fell manufactured sales.

As exportações de produtos básicos subiram 2,5% sobre abril de 2015, para US$ 7,739 bilhões. Exports of commodities rose 2.5% from April 2015 to US $ 7.739 billion. Destaque para as exportações de milho em grão, com expansão de 81,4% para US$ 58 milhões; Especially exports of maize grain, an increase of 81.4% to US $ 58 million; de soja em grão, com alta de 39,4% para US$ 3,5 bilhões; of soybeans, up 39.4% to US $ 3.5 billion; de carne suína, com avanço de 16,9% para US$ 100 milhões; pork, with 16.9% increase to $ 100 million; e de carne de frango, que foram 10,5% maiores, com um total de US$ 533 milhões exportados. and chicken meat, which were 10.5% higher, with a total of US $ 533 million exported.

As vendas de produtos semimanufaturados chegaram a US$ 1,837 bilhão em abril, com alta de 6,9% sobre o mesmo período do ano passado. Sales of semi-manufactured products reached US $ 1.837 billion in April, up 6.9% over the same period last year. As exportações de cátodos de cobre tiveram expansão de 370,3% e atingiram US$ 69 milhões. Exports of copper cathodes had expansion of 370.3% and reached US $ 69 million. As de açúcar em bruto subiram 78,3%, para US$ 380 milhões, e as de ouro em forma semimanufaturada registraram aumento de 67,5%, para US$ 119 milhões. raw sugar soared 78.3% to $ 380 million, and the gold in semimanufaturada form registered an increase of 67.5% to US $ 119 million.

As exportações de produtos manufaturados tiveram redução de 1,3% e somaram US$ 5,433 bilhões. Exports of manufactured goods fell by 1.3% and totaled US $ 5.433 billion. As principais quedas foram registradas entre as exportações de motores e geradores elétricos, que caíram 27,3% para US$ 99 milhões; The main decreases were recorded between exports of electric motors and generators, which fell 27.3% to US $ 99 million; e de autopeças, que caíram 26,5% para US$ 144 milhões. and auto parts, which fell 26.5% to $ 144 million. As maiores altas entre as exportações de manufaturados foram registradas nas vendas de torneiras e válvulas, com expansão de 221,2%, para US$ 130 milhões, e as de automóveis de passageiros, que tiveram alta de 67,6% e chegaram a US$ 362 milhões. The highest increases among manufacturing exports were recorded in sales of taps and valves, an increase of 221.2% to US $ 130 million, and passenger cars, which rose by 67.6% and reached US $ 362 million.

Na comparação com abril do ano passado, cresceram as vendas para Oceania, África, Ásia e Oriente Médio, e caíram os embarques para América Central e Caribe, Estados Unidos, Mercosul e União Europeia. Compared to April last year, grew sales to Oceania, Africa, Asia and the Middle East, and fell shipments to Central America and the Caribbean, United States, Mercosur and the European Union. As exportações para o Oriente Médio subiram 0,5% e foram impulsionadas pelos aumentos nos embarques de carne de frango e bovina, soja em grão, açúcar, farelo de soja, tubos de ferro fundido, chassis com motor, bombas e compressores. Exports to the Middle East rose 0.5% and were driven by increases in shipments of chicken and beef, soybeans, sugar, soybean meal, cast iron tubes, chassis with engines, pumps and compressors. Para a África, o crescimento foi de 0,7%, devido aos embarques maiores de açúcar, carne bovina, veículos e materiais. For Africa, the growth was 0.7% due to higher shipments of sugar, beef, vehicles and materials.

No sentido contrário, em abril foram importados por dia, em média, US$ 525,7 milhões. On the other hand, in April were imported per day, on average, US $ 525.7 million. Há um ano, as importações estavam em US$ 733,3 milhões por dia. A year ago, imports were US $ 733.3 million per day. Caíram as compras de combustíveis e lubrificantes, bens de capital, bens de consumo e bens intermediários. They fell purchases of fuels and lubricants, capital goods, consumer goods and intermediate goods. Entre os mercados, as importações de produtos asiáticos caíram 40,1%, da África foram 36,4% menores, da América Central e Caribe se retraíram em 26,1%, dos Estados Unidos e da Oceania caíram 24,8%, da União Europeia se retraíram em 21,9% e do Mercosul, em 15,9%. Among the markets, imports of Asian products fell 40.1% from Africa were 36.4% lower, Central America and the Caribbean have retreated by 26.1%, the United States and Oceania fell 24.8%, the European Union shrank by 21.9% and Mercosur, 15.9%. A única região que enviou mais produtos ao Brasil foi o Oriente Médio. The only region that sent more goods to Brazil was the Middle East. As vendas cresceram 3,7%, impulsionadas pelas remessas de gás natural, querosene de aviação, ureia, adubos e fertilizantes, alcoóis acíclicos e chumbo bruto. Sales grew 3.7%, driven by shipments of natural gas, jet fuel, urea, fertilizers, acyclic alcohols and crude lead.

In the year, exports totaled US $ 55.948 billion, or US $ 690.7 million per day on average. The daily average, there is a 3.4% decrease compared to the same period last year. Between January and April, imports totaled US $ 42.699 billion, or US $ 527.1 million per day on average. This value represents a fall of 32.2% compared to accumulated last year to April. The trade balance accumulated a surplus of US $ 13.249 billion. In the same period last year, there was a deficit of US $ 5.059 billion.

Source: ANBA

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