With the opening of the Chinese market for Brazilian peanuts, Brazil reached 43 new markets opened for agricultural products by September this year. Since 2019, the number of open markets has reached 229, in a total of 54 countries, with 26 Asian, 19 American, eight African and one in Oceania.
In 2021, 77 markets were registered, and in 2020, 74 markets. In 2019, 35 markets joined Brazil's export list.
Egypt, Morocco, Zambia, South Africa, Cameroon, Senegal, Cape Verde and Uganda form the group on the African continent, with 38 items on the export agenda.
In the Americas, we have Argentina, Colombia, Peru, United States, Guyana, Mexico, Canada, Ecuador, Venezuela, Guatemala, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Uruguay, Cuba and Suriname, totaling 102 markets. In Oceania we have Australia, with an open market.
And in the Asian continent countries like Saudi Arabia, China, United Arab Emirates, Kazakhstan, South Korea, India, Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Taiwan, Iran, Thailand, Myanmar, Singapore, Qatar, Cambodia, Israel, Vietnam, Yemen, Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan, Syria, Bahrain, Russia and the Philippines, totaling 88 markets.