Brazil reduces bicycle imports

Purchases of the products abroad declined 77.9% in January, according to data released by ABRACICLO. China is the leading supplier.

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São Paulo – The Brazilian market imported 3,874 bicycles in January, a 77.9% drop over the same month in 2018, according to information released this Tuesday (14) by the Brazilian Association of Motorcycle, Mopeds and Bicycles Association (ABRACICLO). The bikes purchased abroad came mainly from China, accounting for 81.8%. The other two leading countries of origins were Taiwan with 13% of the total, and France with 3.4%.

Translated by Guilherme Miranda

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