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One reason behind the decline was the inability to meet the needed amounts of gas for factories to run at full capacity
International reserves record lowest level in 1.5 years
Meetings to take place in November to follow up on applying the COMESA customs union
Meeting between cotton industry experts, officials and concerned ministries to study new agricultural policy for cotton, says cabinet statement
In a country that is more dependent on imports, it is generally common to find a deficit in trade balance
Egypt recorded trade balance deficit of EGP 24.60bn in April 2015, says CAPMAS
Exports to international blocs decreased to EGP 190.4bn between 2013 and 2014, imports surged to EGP 223.9bn
Egypt’s wheat production reached 9.5m tonnes in 2012/2013, imports record 6.8m tonnes, consumption at 16.7m tonnes, says study
Egypt recorded trade balance deficit of EGP 26.7bn in March 2015
Ministries of Finance and Supply take steps to prepare for Ramadan
Egyptian imports from these countries amounted to approximately $810m during 2013, compared to $1bn during 2012. The most important receiving countries for Egyptian exports are Libya, Sudan, Kenya and South Africa, according to El-Leithi.
Imports from Nile Basin decrease 71.7% in February 2015, compared to same period last year
Egypt ranks 6th on list of MENA countries exporting to Britain
Numbers show that the balance of trade between both countries in 2014 was in favour of Egypt, whereby 80% of Egypt’s exports to Canada were gold
Meanwhile Egypt’s imports from Indonesia include chemicals and fertilisers, readymade clothes, weaving and textiles, furniture, leather products and others.
EGP 10bn allocated for paying local suppliers
Ramez denies any link between dollar rates and raising prices of commodities
CAPMAS attributes deficit to 9.6% in imports value
The global price of wheat increased to $25 per tonne since Russia announced imposing restrictions on exports of wheat, according to previous statements by the Egyptian Minister of Supply.
Government puts unfair pressure on investors, but Garhi optimistic about future in light of recent reforms
Exports declined in December to $1.84bn, compared to $1.915bn the previous month
The Tourism Investors Association (TIA) in the Red Sea and Ain Sokhna will issue a note to the Tourism Ministry regarding damage from imports of coal. The Ministry of Transportation has been using ports along the Red Sea coast to receive imported coal. On Monday, the ministry chose Safaga and Al-Adabiya Ports close to Ain …
Egyptian president met with leading Chinese tourism companies in Beijing
Deficit reaches EGP 27.9bn compared to EGP 16.3bn in corresponding month last year
Egypt-UK trade volume expected to surpass $2bn for first time, chamber says
Technical committees for the partnership resume their work following a halt due to political unrest
Yet the value of imports and exports to the EU rises, reports Egyptian International Trade Point
Imports and exports decrease by 18.8% and 12.7%, respectively
Egypt’s external debt increased by 4.8% to record 45.3bn at the end of March 2014, compared to $43.2bn at the end of June 2013.
Decision follows introduction of protective duties on imports as domestic steel industry struggles