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Egypt's non-petroleum exports to Indonesia up by 19% in 2018

MENA , Sunday 26 May 2019
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Egypt's non-petroleum exports to Indonesia increased by 19 percent in 2018, reaching $138 million, the Egyptian trade office in Jakarta said in a report on Sunday. 

Egyptian imports from Indonesia declined by 17.6 percent to $1.33 billion, the report said. 

The trade office in Jakarta has played a key role in promoting Egyptian products on the Indonesian market, which has helped increase Egypt's non-petroleum exports to the Asian country, according to the report.

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