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Egyptian exports to India up by 41 percent in 2018: Ambassador

MENA , Tuesday 25 Jun 2019
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Egyptian exports to India rose by 41 percent in 2018 to stand at $1.7 billion against $1.2 billion in 2017, the Egyptian ambassador to India said.

Heba El-Marasi said that Egyptian exports to India had for the first time included citrus and textiles. Egypt also exports to India synthetic textiles and ammonia fertilisers.

She added that Egyptian imports from India also upped by 12 percent in 2018 in comparison with 2017. Egypt imports fuel, chemical pharmaceuticals, meats, dairy products and cooking oil. 

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