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CAIRO - 27 June 2022: The value of trade exchange between Egypt and Oman went up to $586.2 million in 2021 against $546.9 million in 2020 with a 7.2 percent increase, said the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMS) Monday.
The agency added the volume of Egyptian exports to Oman hit $163.3 million in 2021, compared to $170.2 million in 2020 with a 4.1 percent decrease.
It noted Egyptian imports from Oman reached $422.9 million against $376.7 million marking a 12.3 percent rise.
In 2021, Egypt's exports to Oman were topped by fruits with $30 million and plastics came in the last place with $14.1 million, CAPMS said.
As for the Egyptian imports from Oman, metals topped the list with $325.9 million and organic chemicals came in the final ranking with $3.7 million, it added.
The value of Omani investments in Egypt reached $68.8 million in Fiscal Year 2020/2021 against $15.8 million in the previous FY with a 334.8 percent rise, according to it.