In 2001, Brazil and New Zealand had a total bilateral trade of US$ 80 million dollars both ways.
The main Brazilian exports to New Zealand are processed meat, electrical equipment, tobacco, oil, other equipment, shoes, aluminium, copper and cereals, amongst others which represent a total of US$ 34 million dollars.
Key New Zealand exports to Brazil are milk and dairy products, beef and lamb, totalling US$ 46 million dollars.
Although the total bilateral trade is still small, there is potential for substantial growth as well as interesting niches of business opportunities for both countries.
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