Egyptian Exports To Turkey Fell To EGP1.3 bln In 2013

The Egyptian exports to the Turkish market went down by 4% during January and February 2013 to record EGP 1.3 billion, in return for EGP 1.36 billion at the same period in 2012.

Some reliable sources in the Foreign Trade Sector told “Amwal Al Ghad” that Egypt’s exports to Turkey were mainly fertilizers and chemicals at an export value of EGP 600 million, while the exports of textile and furnishings attained EGP 254 million, and the building materials’ exports reached EGP 180 million.

In 2012 the Egyptian exports to Turkey were capable of attaining an increase of EGP 440 million, as it hit EGP 7.44 billion in 2012, compared to EGP 7 billion in 2011.