A mission from the export of food industries to Uganda to develop exports between the two countries in Egypt

Published Jun 16, 2021

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I wrote - Sherine Salah: The statement said that the mission that was sent was among the missions that the council plans to increase Egyptian exports to a number of African countries. The council formed a group of the most important exporters of food industries with experience in African markets from various food commodity sectors to discuss opportunities to increase Egyptian exports to African markets. Egyptian food exports to non-Arab African countries represent 11% of the total exports, worth $386 million in 2020, out of the sector's total exports for the same year, which amounted to $3.5 billion. Since its formation at the end of 2020, the group has worked on studying African markets and developing an executive plan to increase exports to African markets. These efforts resulted in identifying the most important obstacles and problems that companies encounter when exporting to Africa, along with developing proposals for solutions to those obstacles, in addition to identifying ...
Source: EGmasrawy
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