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THE ECONOMIC BULLETIN during the first quarter of 2022

Publish Date 11/05/2022 11:08 AM
Last Update 11/05/2022 02:11 PM
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Bulletin of the most important indicators, economic figures, data and statistical studies on the movement of exports and imports and trade exchange between Egypt and countries of the world issued by the General Organization for Export and Import Control.

The Egyptian non-petroleum exports witnessed a rise during the first quarter of 2022 in the period from (January to March), reached to be 9 billion and 176 million dollars, versus to7 billion and 671 million dollars during the same period in 2021, with a difference of 1billion dollars and 505 million dollars, achieving an increase of 20%.

According to the report prepared by the Foreign Trade Data warehouse at the General Organization for Export and Import Control which clear that the geographical distribution of Egyptian exports during the first quarter of 2022 included the following: -

- Exports to Africa, excluding the Arab countries, with value 515 million dollars, versus to 382 million dollars during the       same period in 2021, with an increase of 35%.

- Exports to the League of Arab States with value 2 billion dollars, and 998 million dollars versus to 2billion dollars and   342 million dollars during the same period in 2021, with an increase of 28%.

- Exports to the United States with value 623 million dollars, versus to 513 million dollars during the same period in 2021,     with an increase of 21%.

- Exports to the European Union with value 2 billion dollars and 505million dollars, versus to 2 billion and 199 million   dollars during the same period in 2021, an increase of 14%.

- Exports to other markets amounted to 2 billion dollars and 535million dollars, compared to 2 billion and 235 million     dollars  during the year 2021, an increase of 13%.

The General Organization for Export and Import Control detected 11 export sectors whose exports achieved a significant increase during the first quarter of 2022, including the following:

- The printing, packaging, paper, books and technical works sector recorded a value of 312 million dollars, compared to 196   million dollars during the same period in 2021, an increase of 59%.

- The ready-made garments sector recorded a value of 625 million dollars, compared to 435 million dollars during the same   period in 2021, with an increase of 44%.

- The building materials sector recorded a value of one billion and 905 million dollars, compared to one billion and 415   million dollars during the same period in 2021, an increase of 35%.

- The spinning and textile sector recorded a value of 279 million dollars, compared to 211 million dollars during the same   period in 2021, an increase of 32%.

- The engineering and electronic goods sector recorded a value of 977 million dollars, compared to 744 million dollars   during the same period in 2021, an increase of 31%.

- The chemical products and fertilizers sector recorded a value of 1 billion dollars and 935 million dollars, compared to 1   billion dollars and 567 million dollars during the same period in 2021, an increase of 23%.

- The leather, footwear and leather products sector recorded a value of 26 million dollars, compared to 21 million dollars   during the same period in 2021, with an increase of 22%

- The Upholstery sector recorded a value of 183 million dollars, compared to 152 million dollars during the same period in   2021, with an increase of 20%.

- The medical industries sector recorded a value of 210 million dollars, compared to 177 million dollars during the same   period in 2021, at a rate of 19%.

- The agricultural crops sector recorded a value of 1 billion dollars and 33 million dollars, compared to 937 million dollars   during the same period in 2021, with an increase of 10%.

- The food industry sector recorded a value of 1 billion dollars 19million dollars, compared to 967 million dollars during the   same period in 2021, with an increase of 5%.

 The largest receiving markets for exports during the first quarter of 2002 included the following:

- The United States of America, with value 623 million dollars.

- Saudi Arabia, with a value of 601 million dollars.

- Turkey with value 565 million dollars.

- Italy with value 580 million dollars.

- The United Arab Emirates with value 579 million dollars.

- Spain with value 284 million dollars.

- Northern Ireland with value 274 million dollars.

- India 274 million dollars.

- Libya with value 271 million dollars

- Sudan with value 265 million dollars.  

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