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Brazilian-Slovak Trade

Slovakia has traditionally had a bilateral trade surplus, according to Brazilian data. In the period of January- November 2013, it amounted to $135.22 million, plus 38 percent in comparison with the same period in 2012, while trade in both directions reached a total amount of $184.63 million. Machinery and vehicles are the main exports of both Slovakia and Brazil. There is potential to enhance and diversify Brazilian-Slovak trade flows. Participation in international fairs in both countries and business missions are useful tools.

Brazil will host the FIFA World Cup in 2014 and the Olympic Games in 2016.(Source: Courtesy of Brazilian Embassy)

Slovakia has traditionally had a bilateral trade surplus, according to Brazilian data. In the period of January- November 2013, it amounted to $135.22 million, plus 38 percent in comparison with the same period in 2012, while trade in both directions reached a total amount of $184.63 million. Machinery and vehicles are the main exports of both Slovakia and Brazil. There is potential to enhance and diversify Brazilian-Slovak trade flows. Participation in international fairs in both countries and business missions are useful tools.

Source: Brazilian Embassy

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