Brazil: Exporter Guide

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The negative trend of Brazil’s GDP will continue in 2016 but is expected to shift in 2017. In 2015, imports of agricultural products were impacted by the economic crisis, but less than expected. While U.S. exports of bulk products suffered, the United States maintained market share for intermediate and consumer-oriented products compared to competitors in the market, demonstrating a consolidated position in the market, with room to grow. This report provides an outline of import procedures for the entry of agricultural goods into Brazil. Learning how to operate in this market gives a competitive advantage to companies interested in accessing one of the most important markets in Latin America.

Brazil: Exporter Guide

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