Brazil: retail revenue loss due to COVID-19 by state 2020

Up until April 7 of 2020, the estimated losses in retail revenue among closed commercial establishments in ten major Brazilian states amounted to 53.3 billion Brazilian reals. The state of São Paulo, the most affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in Brazil, recorded the highest losses in retail sales, with an estimate of 25.64 billion Brazilian reals. Closed retail establishments in Minas Gerais and Rio de Janeiro generated sales losses for 8.34 and 6.75 billion Brazilian reals, respectively.

States with the largest losses in retail revenue due to the closing of sales stores during the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil in April 2020

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Release date

April 2020



Survey time period

As of April 7, 2020

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Supplementary notes

* It includes shopping centers closed since March 17, 2020 in the whole state and non-essential retail commerce closed since the end of March in the state's capital.

** The ten states shown represent 72.5 percent of the total retail sales volume in Brazil.

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