Egypt’s non-oil exports increased by five percent in June to reach 1.905 billion dollars, compared with 1.81 billion during the same month last year, the General Organization For Export & Import Control (GOEIC) said.
Forty industrial and food commodities made up 66 percent of the total non-oil exports in June, amounting to 1.256 billion dollars, GOEIC issued a statement on Tuesday.
It put at 916 million dollars the value of Egypt’s exports of 20 industrial commodities last month.
Egypt’s exports of 20 foodstuffs amounted to some 340 million dollars in June. These included fresh and dried grapes, citrus fruits and onions, along with flour, sugar, legumes, frozen vegetables and potatoes.