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Sao Paulo, Brazil


Trade Commissioner: Hugo Corales

Trade Managers: Álvaro B. Camargo Jr., Sandra Lisboa, Valeria Koike, Desirée Mota.

Tel: +55 11 3251-1578/ 3289-2983

Address: Av. Paulista, 1009 – Piso 10 – Conj. 1002 – Jardim Paulista 01311-919 – São Paulo – Brazil

Hours: Monday to Thursday 9 am to 1 pm and 3 pm to 6 pm. Friday 9 am to 1 pm and 3 pm to 5 pm.

Languages: Spanish, Portuguese and English

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About the Market

The Federative Republic of Brazil occupies the central-eastern part of South America and has an estimated population of 210 million people.

Brazil is the twelfth biggest economy in the world. The population is mainly concentrated in the southern and south-eastern regions and this is where most of the importers from a wide range of industries are based.

Brazil's predominant imports are chemicals, petrochemicals, supplies for the electronics and IT industries, parts and pieces for the automotive industry and wheat. Brazil’s main imports from Chile are in the areas of copper and derivatives, chemical supplies, seafood (salmon), fresh fruit, dried and dehydrated fruits and nuts, bottled wine, paper, plastic, seeds, sea salt, olive oil, mining supplies, other manufactured goods, fertilizers, lamb and cellulose.

Interesting Information

Interesting Information

GDP 2022 (US$ million): 1.920.096

GDP per capita 2022 (US$): 8.918

Population: 215.313.498

TOTAL IMPORTS CIF 2022 (US$ million): 370.472

TOTAL EXPORTS FOB 2022 (US$ million): 384.893

Imports CIF 2022 (market sends to Chile) (US$ million): 9.626

Non-copper exports FOB, from Chile to the market 2022 (US$ million): 4.539

*Data from the year 2022. Source The World Bank and Central Bank