Egypt - Trade Info

Egypt - Trade Info Last updated on Friday 16th April 2010

Egypt's main exports are petroleum and petroleum products, cotton and cotton textiles, farm produce, cotton clothing, and aluminium products. Egypt's main trading partners have been the U.S., Italy, France, Greece, Germany, Great Britain and Japan.

The country's trade deficit continues to worsen, with an annual $3.5 billion of exports as against $10.5 billion in imports. Egypt must import wheat, flour, meat, machinery and automotive vehicles, iron, steel, food products, paper products and chemicals.

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