Egypt's agricultural exports exceed 4.8M tons

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Wed, 13 Nov 2019 - 01:54 GMT

Women’s ownership of agricultural land would increase through clear policies – CC via Pixabay/vuesduciel

Women’s ownership of agricultural land would increase through clear policies – CC via Pixabay/vuesduciel

CAIRO, Nov 13 (MENA) - The Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation said Wednesday the volume of Egyptian agricultural exports increased to more than 4.8 million tons during the period from 1 January to 6 November this year.

This came in a weekly report handed over to Minister of Agriculture and Land Reclamation Ez Eddin Abu Steit by head of the Central Administration of Plant Quarantine (CAPQ) ِAhmed el Attar.

The report indicated that the exports in the period between January 1 and November 6 reached about 4.895 million tons, pointing out that the list of Egyptian exports included citrus, potatoes, onions, grapes, pomegranates, garlic, mango, strawberry, beans, guava, cucumber, bell peppers and eggplants.

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