Yemen Business: Exports & Imports

Yemen Business: Exports & Imports Last updated on Monday 26th April 2010

The Yemen's main exports during the 1980s were coffee, hides and skins, salt and foodstuffs.

Main imports were consumer goods, machinery, chemicals, iron and steel. The country was heavily dependent on financial aid from abroad.

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