10 countries accounted for 50% of Egyptian exports in the first half of this year


Data from the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics showed the development of Egyptian exports to various countries of the world during the first half of this year to record $27.4 billion, compared to $20.1 billion during the same period in 2021, with an increase of $7.3 billion, with an increase of 36%.

The data refer to the top 10 countries that imported from Egypt during that period, and the arrangement was according to the following:

– Turkey was at the top of the list of the top ten importing countries from Egypt; Where the value of Egypt’s exports recorded $2.2 billion, followed by Italy $1.9 billion, Spain $1.7 billion, India $1.4 billion, the United States of America $1.3 billion, China $1.3 billion, Saudi Arabia $1.2 billion, then France $1.1 billion, then the UAE $955.2 million, and finally Greece $911.8 million. These countries accounted for 50.9% of the total value of Egyptian exports to various countries of the world.

Petroleum products topped the list of the ten most important commodities exported by Egypt to various countries of the world during the first half of this year; As the value of Egypt’s exports amounted to 8 billion dollars, crude oil came in second place with 1.9 billion dollars, then 1.6 billion dollars in fertilizers, then 1.3 billion dollars in ready-made clothes, then 1.1 billion dollars in fresh fruits, then plastics in its primary forms one billion dollars, then pastes and preparations. Miscellaneous foodstuffs 458.5 million dollars, then potatoes 353.1 million dollars, then flat-rolled products of iron or steel 233.1 million dollars, and finally carpets and kilims 230 million dollars. These commodities represent 59% of the total value of Egyptian exports to various countries of the world.

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