Revenues from Brazil's footwear exports fell per cent in 2002 to $1.44 billion from $1.61bn in the year-ago period, figures from the Brazilian Footwear Association (Abicalcados) revealed on Wednesday. Official data showed the US remained the key export market as it ordered 92 million pairs of shoes worth $940 million. The UK took second position with 6.5 million pairs valued at $92m.