Egypt’s imports value of iron ore increased by 110% in January

Egypt’s imports of iron ore increased significantly last January, as the total value of imports amounted to about 128 million and 358 thousand dollars, an increase of 110 per cent compared to January 2021, in which the value of imports amounted to about 60 million and 986 thousand dollars, according to the data of the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and statistics, with an increase of 67 million and 372 thousand dollars.

Iron ore imports are among Egypt’s list of raw materials imports, with a total value of about 796 million and 404 thousand dollars last January, compared to 997 million and 985 thousand dollars in the same month in 2021, a decline of 201 million and 581 thousand dollars.

The total value of Egyptian imports amounted to about 6.43 billion dollars last January, while it was 6.57 billion dollars in January 2021, a decrease of 2.2%.



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