Indonesia and Egypt ink US$156 thousand elephant ginger trade contract

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Published May 4, 2023

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Jakarta (ANTARA) - Indonesia and Egypt signed a cooperation contract in Egypt on Sunday, April 30, for the trade of 120 tons of elephant ginger valued at US$156 thousand. The contract was signed by exporters from Cirebon, CV Al Malaibari, and El Khalada Misr Industry Egypt Company. Indonesian Trade Attache in Cairo M. Syahran Bhakti expressed confidence in ever improving performance of national exports to Egypt and requests for spices to be issued more often. "Inking of this trade contract is very crucial in improving the performance of Indonesia's exports to Egypt," he noted in a written statement received here on Wednesday. The exporter can hopefully pay attention to the available payment system, so that the transaction will not be hindered by any issues. It must be ensured first, whether the payment is made with Letter of Credit or Cash Against Documents, he added. Indonesian Ambassador to Egypt Lutfi Rauf lauded the initiative. He expected that the trade ...
Source: Antaranews
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