Egypt’s import bill of non-durable goods 5.8% up in 11 months

Egypt’s import bill of consumer non-durable goods rose 5.8 percent to $13.378 billion during 11 months of 2019 up from $12.642 billion a year earlier.

In November , consumer durable goods imports decreased to $1.015 billion against $1.134 billion during the same month in 2018, the state-owned statistics agency CAPMAS said in a bulletin sent to Amwal Al Ghad.

The importing bill of  fresh apples increased during  11 months of 2019 by 95.5 percent to record $352.207 million, compared to $180.15 million during the same period of 2018,

However, children’s toys to record  $86.231 dollars, compared to $77.229 million with a growth of 11.6 percent.

Egypt’s meat imports increased by 30.4 percent during 11 months of 2019 to record $ 1.987 billion compared to $ 1.523 billion during the same period in 2018.