23.3% increase Egypt‘s exports to COMESA countries last October
An official report revealed, for the total Egyptian exports to COMESA countries value (other than the Nile Basin countries) amounted to $ 7.4 million in October 2016 compared to $ 6 million in October 2015 with an increase of 23.3 percent.
The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics through a bulletin of information for the month of January – published on his website – The value of Egyptian exports to the most important COMESA countries during October 2016 included (Mauritius $ 2.4 million, Zimbabwe $ 1.8 million, Djibouti $ 1.6 million, Zambia $ 0.9 million, the rest COMESA $ 0.7 million).
It added that the total value of Egyptian imports from COMESA countries (other than the Nile Basin countries) amounted to $ 11.1 million in October 2016 compared to $ 15.7 million in October 2015, a decline of 29.3 percent.
Included value of Egyptian imports from COMESA countries most during October 2016 (Zambia $ 9.9 million, $ 0.5 million Malawi, Mauritius $ 0.5 million, the rest of the COMESA $ 0.2 million).