Brazilian Ambassador: Jordan's exports to Brazil jump by 1,600pct in 3 years


[08-06-2022 11:02 AM]

Ammon News - The Jordan-Brazil trade has increased substantially, reaching approximately $500 million in 2021, according to Brazilian Ambassador in Amman Roy Amaral.

He also noted that Jordan's exports to Brazil had climbed 1,600 percent in the last three years, reflecting the two nations' growing trade and economic partnership.

The ambassador made the remarks during a meeting with the Jordanian-Brazilian Business Association's Board of Directors, members of the Amman Chamber of Industry, the Jordan Chamber of Industry, businessmen, economists, and Jordanian officials on Tuesday evening.

Jordan's successful participation in the "APAS" exhibition, which was held in Sao Paulo from May 16 to 19, was celebrated at the meeting. "APAS" is the largest food and beverage trade fair in the Americas.




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