terça-feira, 04 de setembro, 2018

Trade balance registers surplus of $ $3.7 billion and has worst August since 2015

BRASILIA-With significant increase in imports, the brazilian trade balance recorded a surplus of $ $3.775 billion in August, according to the data released by the Ministry of industry, Trade and services (Mdic). The value is 32.5% lower than that recorded in August last year and the worst for the month from 2015. In the fifth week of August (27 to 31), the trade balance was a deficit of $ $646 million. In the month, there was a significant growth in imports of capital goods (+ 158.2%), mainly due to oil extraction platform, cargo vehicles and machinery and mechanical appliances. In July, the Government changed a rule of Repetro and allowed tax benefit for companies that are today continues to be goods in overseas subsidiaries, such as oil platforms. On the side of exports, there was high in sales of manufactured products (+ 35.1%) and basic (16.4%), while sales fell to semimanufactured goods (24.2%).- From January to August, the trade surplus sum $ $37.811 billion, 21.4% balance less than that registered in the same period last year. The Government forecast to 2018 is that the balance of trade reach a balance above $ $50 billion. Last month, exports totaled $ $22.552 billion, a rise of 15.8 percent compared with August of 2017. Imports reached $ $18.777 billion, a jump of 35.3 percent on the same comparison.
O Estado de S. Paulo - 04/09/2018 Noticia traduzida automaticamente
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