A report released by the Egyptian Ministry of Trade and Industry showed that Egypt’s total exports of “oil and other products” rose by 32.9% between January and September last year.
Egypt’s Export Trends Report, prepared by the Department of Statistics and Documentation of the Ministry of Trade and Industry, indicated that the value of exports totaled $36.3 billion, of which 73.9 percent were non-oil exports and 26 percent were for the export of oil. compared to $27.3 billion in the same period last year.
The report notes that the growth rate of non-oil exports over the past nine months amounted to 14.1 percent, reaching $26.9 billion compared to $23.5 billion in the same period last year.
He stated that the relative importance of the 15 most important export markets accounted for 64.6 percent of the total value of exports, with Turkey being the predecessor of the receiving markets for Egyptian exports at 7.6 percent, followed by Italy at 6.7 percent. , then Spain at 6.5 percent, Saudi Arabia at 5 percent, and then the US at the same ratio.