Brazil - Tariff rate, applied, weighted mean, all products (%)

Tariff rate, applied, weighted mean, all products (%) in Brazil was 8.01 as of 2016. Its highest value over the past 27 years was 31.92 in 1989, while its lowest value was 6.70 in 2006.

Definition: Weighted mean applied tariff is the average of effectively applied rates weighted by the product import shares corresponding to each partner country. Data are classified using the Harmonized System of trade at the six- or eight-digit level. Tariff line data were matched to Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) revision 3 codes to define commodity groups and import weights. To the extent possible, specific rates have been converted to their ad valorem equivalent rates and have been included in the calculation of weighted mean tariffs. Import weights were calculated using the United Nations Statistics Division's Commodity Trade (Comtrade) database. Effectively applied tariff rates at the six- and eight-digit product level are averaged for products in each commodity group. When the effectively applied rate is unavailable, the most favored nation rate is used instead.

Source: World Bank staff estimates using the World Integrated Trade Solution system, based on data from United Nations Conference on Trade and Development's Trade Analysis and Information System (TRAINS) database and the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Integrate

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Year Value
1989 31.92
1990 18.95
1991 16.54
1992 15.71
1993 13.02
1994 13.26
1995 10.97
1996 13.80
1997 14.00
1998 15.94
1999 12.31
2000 12.69
2001 10.47
2002 10.01
2003 9.53
2004 7.67
2005 7.17
2006 6.70
2007 6.77
2008 6.74
2009 7.59
2010 7.76
2011 7.84
2012 7.76
2013 10.08
2014 7.79
2015 8.27
2016 8.01

Periodicity: Annual

Classification

Topic: Private Sector & Trade Indicators

Sub-Topic: Tariffs