(MENAFN) Brazilian trade with the Arab region showed notable increase amid the Jan-June period of this year with imports growing by 27 percent and exports by 15.4 percent.
Additionally, main exports to Arab states involved sugar, iron ore, beef, sports hunting equipment, car engines and chassis, automobiles and others exports.
Accordingly, KSA, the UAE, Egypt, Oman and Bahrain were the largest importers of these goods, while there is a demand for Brazilian commodities in the Arab World.
Meanwhile, Brazil's imports from Arab nations also revealed increase of 27 percent amid the period with crude oil, urea, potassium chloride and others.
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