Jordan exports to Brazil ‘grow by 126% in first half of year’

AMMAN— Jordan's exports to Brazil witnessed a significant growth of 126 percent during the first six months of 2021, Brazilian Ambassador to Jordan Ruy Amaral said on Tuesday, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

On the occasion of his country's national day, the ambassador said that "Brazilian-Jordanian aties have been characterized by fluidity and friendly political dialogue since diplomatic relations were officially established in 1959, (especially) after the opening of the Brazilian embassy in Amman and the Jordanian embassy in Brasilia in 1984,” Petra reported.

Trade between both countries is flourishing, Amaral underlined, noting that "Brazilian exports to Jordan reached a historical record in 2019, the year when the Jordanian exports to Brazil grew by 230 percent. They grew again by 100 percent in 2020."

The envoy also stressed that the launching of the Jordanian-Brazilian Business Association in September 2020 was as an important step to strengthen these ties and to symbolize the growing dimension of the partnership between the two countries.

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