Brazil is the largest country in South America and the fifth largest country in the world. It covers an area of 8515760 square kilometers with a population of about 202768562 people.
The country's large area, the diversity of wealth and climate, and the existence of Labor force contributed to the growth of the Brazilian economy dramatically. This led the Brazilian economy to be one of the top 20 economies in the world.
All of the foregoing had contributed to the existence of many plantations, factories, in addition to the vivid activity of the commercial movement which has come with a great benefit to Brazil. However, one of the main features of the Brazilian economic growth is the multiplicity of its exports to all parts of the world.
At the level of agriculture and agricultural exports, agriculture plays a major role in Brazil's economy and exports, that it accounts 8% of Brazil's economic output. Meanwhile, the vast agricultural areas contributed to make Brazil one of the leading countries in producing a group of agricultural crops. In addition, Brazil has a very large amount of Livestock.
Furthermore, Brazil's heavy nature and forests play a major role in supporting the country's economy. Brazil is one of the leading countries in exporting forest products, where Araucaria wood is exported. In addition, forests' wood is used in manufacturing and exporting charcoal. However, Brazilian forests also produce Cranberry wax, fibers, gum, Medicine, Spiritual drinks, olives, oils, rubber and resin.
After pioneering the United States of America, Brazil is the second country in the world in exporting the agricultural crops. Coffee comes in the forefront of agricultural crops exports, where Brazil produces 20 percent of the global coffee crop. It is also famous for producing bananas, Cassava or Manioc, oranges and other citrus varieties, papayas and sugar cane. In addition, it is one of the most productive countries for the following crops: cocoa, cashew nut, cotton, lemon, corn, pineapple, rice, soybeans, and tobacco.
However, the Brazilian livestock also have a major role in lifting up and improving the Brazilian economy, where Brazil is one of the world's largest exporter of animals and meat. Cows are in the forefront of animals that Brazil breeds, in addition to raising poultry, sheep, horses and pigs. Brazil produces meat, milk and eggs as well.
As for industry, Brazil is an industrial country, that manufacturing accounts for about 20% of the gross national product. Brazil is also excellent for automotive industry, in addition it has the largest iron and steel factory in Latin America.
Brazil is also famous for the production of raw sugar and has a large scale in textile products manufacture and exporting them to the world.
The country has other industries, such as aircraft manufacturing, chemicals, cement, electrical equipment, food products, paper, transport equipment and pharmaceutical preparations industry.
Brazil's exports are not limited to industrial and agricultural products only. However, the mining sector also plays an important role in Brazil's economy and forms a part of its exports. Brazil is a mineral rich country, that it is the only country exporting the crystals of the world-quality quartz. It also produces amethyst, bauxite, beryllium, chromium, diamond, Gold, graphite, iron ore, which Brazil possesses the world's largest stocks of it, magnesium, manganese and mica in addition to tin. Brazilian mines also produce agate, barite, clay, copper, lead, lime, nickel, phosphate, topaz and uranium.
Thus, we find that Brazil produces a large number of materials in all fields of industry, agriculture and trade, exporting them to the world's countries. However, coffee remains the most valuable commercial good, which comes at the top of Brazil's exports. It is enough to know that the crop of coffee alone is fifth of the Brazilian exports. Brazil also exports another set of products such as cars, trucks, iron ore, iron and steel, shoes, soybeans and sugar.
Brazil's exports targets all over the world and the Arab world has enjoyed a good share of Brazil's exports, accounting for about 6.23% of Brazil's total exports, where the Arabic market has imported, all over the Arab world, Brazilian materials with a value of 11.43 billion US dollars.
However, cars, turbines, aircraft engines, livestock, iron ore, corn, refined sugar, soybeans and coffee come at the top materials that are imported by the Arab world from Brazil.
Saudi Arabia is the most Arabic country that imports from Brazil. However, Brazil's exports to the Kingdom amounted to 2.32 $ billion then the United Arab Emirates comes second with an amount of exports of about 2.10 $ billion. Meanwhile, Egypt has ranked the third place with the Brazilian exports, reaching about 2 $ billion, while Algeria has ranked the fourth place with an amount of the Brazilian exports to about 1.01 $ billion dollars. After that, Iraq comes fifth where Brazil's exports to Iraq amounted to 631.72 million US dollars.
Thus, we find that the previous five Arab countries have acquired 70% of Brazil's exports to the Arab world.
To sum up, the talk about the products exported from Brazil to the whole world goes on. Away from industrial, agricultural and other products, Brazil exports its culture and sporting products to all countries of the world to have the samba dance and the Brazilian football everywhere. They are two of the products exported from Brazil to all over the world.