Egypt’s exports to Jordan increased by 126.4% during the period from January to April 2019, recording $367.1m, compared to only $126.4m during the same period of 2018, according to Egypt’s trade office in Jordon.
Egypt’s trade office in Jordon added in its economic report that the trade exchange between the two countries during the first quarter (Q1) of 2019 hiked by about 108.2%, recording $408.6m.
The report mentioned that the trade balance between the two countries recorded a surplus in favour of Egypt by $325.6m.
“On the other hand, the value of Egyptian imports from Jordan during the period from January to April, increased by 22.7%, recording $41.5m,” according to the report.
Orange, cheese, TV sets, chicken stock, and frozen french-fries topped the list of Egypt’s exports to Jordon.
Meanwhile, natural potassium salts, veterinary vaccines, mineral fertilisers, and medicines topped the list of Egypt’s imports from Jordon.