Brazil’s exports to the 22 countries of the Arab League generated a record revenue of $17.7 billion in 2022, according to the Arab-Brazil Chamber of Commerce. This represents a 23.06% increase from the previous year and establishes the Arab world as a significant trade partner for Brazil, which also conducts a lot of business with China and Europe. The majority of exports to the Arab League are agro products such as meat and grains. Brazil’s poultry exports stood out, rising by 26.35% in value. The Arab nations paid an average of around $2,172 per tonne of Brazilian chicken, which is higher than what other clients paid. This data highlights the importance of Brazil as a halal food supplier to the Arab world and the effects of strong demand for imports in the Middle East and North Africa, which is further driven by global food inflation.

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