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Egyptians ate 44,000 tons of cashews in 9 months

الإحصاء: المصريون أكلوا 44 ألف طن كاجو فى 9 أشهر
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Egypt
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Dec 25, 2021
From Youm7
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Data from the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics revealed the volume of cashew nuts imported by Egypt during the period from January to September of this year 2021, compared to the same period last year 2020, where the total imported quantities amounted to about 44 thousand tons in 2021, compared to 6 thousand tons in the same period of 2020, an increase of about 38 thousand tons.
Data from the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics revealed the volume of cashew nuts imported by Egypt during the period from January/September of this year 2021, compared to the same period last year 2020, where the total imported quantities amounted to about 44,000 tons in 2021, compared to 6 thousand tons in the same period of 2020, an increase of about 38 thousand tons. The statistics authority’s data showed the list of the five most cashew-exporting countries to Egypt in terms of quantities, which are Uganda with about 2 million and 631 thousand kilograms, followed by Brazil with about 715,000 kilograms, then imports from Tanzania by about 687,000 kilograms, then imports from Kenya by about 684 thousand kilograms, and finally India with about 95 thousand kilograms. The total value of Egyptian imports amounted to about 61 billion dollars during the period from January to September 2021, compared to 52.4 billion dollars during the same period for ...
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