Egyptian exports to France increased by 17% in the first half (H1) of 2017, scoring a value of €321.3m, up from €274.9m in H1 2016.
According to the latest report of the Economic Department of the French embassy in Egypt, imports from France increased by 11% in the same period, reaching €915.9m, compared to €825.7m.
Trade exchange between Cairo and Paris increased from €1.1bn to €1.2bn, up by 12.4%. French exports to Egypt increased because of the rise in imports of appliances and electric devices by 41% at a value of €306.5m.
The value of French imports of calculators was about €29.9m, turbines …read more
Source: Daily News Egypt