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Paraná advances 9% in exports in the 1st bimester of 2023

Paraná sold a total of US$ 3,024,900,433 in products abroad in the first two months of 2023, an increase of 9% compared to the same period last year, when US$ 2,774,587,427 were registered. The survey is the Paraná Institute of Economic and Social Development (Ipardes) from data from the federal government.

Of the five products most exported by Paraná in the two months, four had an increase in negotiations. Leader in exports from Paraná, fresh chicken meat increased by 21.1% in the two-month period, rising from US$ 478,009,022 last year to US$ 578,740,823 in the period in 2023. Alone, chicken protein represented 19, 1% of the entire volume exported by the state in January and February.

Soybean meal continues as the second main product shipped abroad, with a 49% increase in sales. The commodity went from US$ 174,753,576 moved in the first two months of last year to US$ 260,396,297 in 2023.

Sales of cereals and crude soybean oil, in turn, not only occupied the third and fourth place among the most exported products, but also had the highest increase. With US$ 253,998,362 sold in January and February 2023, cereal exports increased by 225.6% compared to US$ 78,006,243 in the two months of 2022. The sale of crude soybean oil abroad had even more variation higher: 244.5%, moving from $40,494,482 to $139,489,835.

Industrialized products

Among industrialized products, four had significant increases in exports: automobiles, earthmoving and drilling machinery and equipment, cargo vehicles and auto parts.

Second largest automotive center in Brazil, Paraná exported US$ 110,167,868 in vehicles in January and February, an increase of 79.5% compared to US$ 61,389,936 in the same period last year.

Earthmoving and drilling machinery and apparatus had the best evolution in exports among manufactured products at the beginning of the year. In January and February, US$ 58,861,158 were exported, against US$ 26,948,956 in the 2022 period – an increase of 118.4%.

Exports of cargo vehicles and auto parts increased by 38.4% and 33.1%, respectively. Sales of cargo vehicles rose from US$ 41,546,438 in the first two months of 2022 to US$ 57,489,248 in 2023. In the case of auto parts, exports increased from US$ 32,616,280 to US$ 43,399,519 in these two months from 2023.


Paraná exported to 190 countries in January and February. The top 10 largest buyers in the state in the two-month period is made up of China, the United States, Argentina, Japan, Mexico, Chile, the Netherlands, Colombia, India and Paraguay.

China remains isolated as the largest importer from Paraná. The Asian giant bought $311,690,368 in January and February. In second place, the United States bought US$ 217,746,742 in the period. Closing the podium of the three biggest buyers of products from Paraná comes Argentina, with a traded volume very similar to that of the USA: US$ 217,558,492.


Source: Gazeta do Povo



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