The result in the first two weeks of December is the result of USD 4.817 billion in exports and USD 3.952 billion in imports.
The deficit climbed 3.5% from January to November in comparison to the same period of last year. Products from the energy and foodstuffs sectors had the most impact on it.
Brazilian auto exports surged around 20%, with sales to Arab countries climbed even further.
Foreign sales from Brazil climbed 17.5% in November from November 2015. The year-to-date trade surplus was USD 43.3 billion, the highest ever for the period.
The third week of November saw USD 8.94 billion worth of exports from Brazil, with imports reaching USD 7.06 billion.
The amount by which imports outpaced exports decreased year-to-date through September, with foreign sales at USD 5.5 billion and purchases reaching USD 14.1 billion.
Exports from Brazil grossed USD 3.938 billion in the second week of November, with imports amounting to USD 2.817 billion.
The trade surplus is the result of USD 2.206 billion in exports and USD 1.886 billion in imports in the three business days of November’s first week.
The shipping company will offer six new connections on a temporary basis during the country’s vegetable and citrus fruit export season.
Brazil posted a USD 38.527 billion surplus, which came as a result of USD 153.088 billion in exports and USD 114.561 billion in imports during the period.
Trade in goods not including petroleum and its products climbed 3% in the country in the first half of the year, to USD 150.6 billion. Top-selling export products include gold, aluminum and jewelry.