The proportion of European Union countries which exported their commodities to Brazil and Russia during 2010 to 2011 is presented in the pie charts. Overall, it can be seen that Germany held the highest export rate to both of the countries.
Germany cornered the percentage at virtually a third that also made it became the biggest exporter from EU to Brazil and Russia. Italy and France became the next major states that sent their goods to Brazil at slightly above one in ten. Even though, this situation did not occur in Russia.
Less change was seen to Netherlands, Finland, Spain, Belgium, Sweden, Austria and UK which had minor proportion at less than 10% exports to both countries. The least number was reached by Finland and Spain for their products selling to Brazil and Russia, respectively. However, other mentioning EU countries placed the second rank by a quarter for the biggest EU exports to Russia.