Exporting to Brazil – legal requirements

09 September 2021

Our Exporting to Brazil guide summarises the laws and regulations applying to products imported into Brazil, including customs requirements and procedures, trade facilitation measures, import duties and taxes.

Key New Zealand exports to Brazil include dairy products, fruit, fish, machinery, and equipment for the agribusiness sector, but the opportunities are much broader.

Although there are no specific trade agreements between Brazil and New Zealand, Brazil is currently expanding its international trade engagement to improve the productivity and competitiveness of the Brazilian economy. Examples are the free trade agreement between the Southern Common Market (MERCOSUR) and the European Union, and MERCOSUR’s ongoing trade negotiations with Indonesia and Singapore.

We provide a high level guide for New Zealand companies looking to export to Brazil, including documentation and compliance requirements and legal considerations.

Read our guide below.


Read our Exporting to Brazil guide

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