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Egypt's imports of poultry, sugar drop over past 10 months: GOEIC

MENA , Monday 26 Nov 2018
Harvesting sugarcane in Upper Egypt
Harvesting sugarcane in Upper Egypt's Qena (Photo: Bassem Abo Alabass)
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The General Organisation for Import and Export Control (GOEIC) said that the imports of strategic goods such as poultry and sugar have declined over the past 10 months.

Poultry imports in this period recorded $61 million compared to $153 million in the same period in 2017; a 60 percent drop, MENA quoted a GOEIC report as saying.

Sugar imports in the same period registered $509 million compared to $742 million in the same period last year; a drop of 31.4 percent.

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