Brazil’s total agricultural exports grew 400 percent between 2001 and 2011. The nation is a world leader in the export of sugar, coffee, orange juice, soybeans and chicken. Most exports go to the European Union, followed by China, Russia and the U.S.


Sources: Agriculture and Livestock Confederation of Brazil (CNA); SECEX (Secretariat of Foreign Trade, Brazil); Global Trade Information Services, (GTIS); USDA Foreign Agricultural Service | The Washington Post December 16, 2012
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