Egypt’s non-oil exports increased by 20% during the first half (1H) of this year to reach $19.353bn, compared to 1H 2021’s $16.164bn. Ready-made garments exports also increased by 42% to reach $1.287bn, compared to $904m, accounting for 7% of Egypt’s total non-oil exports. Moreover, medical exports increased by 36% to reach $471m, compared to $347m, accounting for 2% of Egypt’s total non-oil exports. The report also pointed out that the value of Egypt’s exports of yarn and textiles increased by 30% to $555m, compared to $427m, accounting for 3% of Egypt’s total non-oil exports. Additionally, Egypt’s exports of furniture decreased by 20% to approximately $117m, compared to $146m, accounting for 1% of the country’s total non-oil exports.
Source: Daily News Egypt August 09, 2022 16:36 UTC