It just shows Brazil’s dependency on China. 
The share of China in Brazil’s exports rose from 2.0% in 2000 to 16.8% in October 2011, while the share of the USA dropped from 23.9% to 9.7% in the period. The share of other destinations in Brazil’s exports remained relatively stable in the period.

Source: Credit Suisse
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2 Responses to Here’s an x-ray chart of Brazil’s exports in 2011

  1. Anonymous says:

    MOST BRAZILIAN EXPORTS WOULD DO OK WITH CHINA TURNING TO ITS INTERNAL MARKET, RATHER THAN EXPORTING TO EUROPE AND US.

  2. Alfredo says:

    This site is important to put Brazil in perspective. But, the fact is that Brazil produces almost everything. Whether it can adopt policies to facilitate exports is the big question. For online directories and marketplaces of Brazilian and non-Brazilian companies, including manufacturers and service providers, visit Brazil’s premiere B2B trade portal, B2Brazil. B2Brazil is Brazil-based, and focused on facilitating business transactions between Brazil and the rest of the world. Companies and products are promoted globally in English via http://www.b2brazil.com and within Brazil in Portuguese via http://www.b2brazil.com.br. B2Brazil is your source for business with Brazil.

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