The report shows a 4.7 percent decrease in non-petroleum exports which hit $16.752 billion during the same period last year.
GOEIC referred in a statement to the decline in imports of 12 sectors.
Exports of Food Export Council hiked to $279 million in January, up from $241 million January 2019.
As per December, non-petroleum exports reached $2.126 billion, according to GOEIC Chairman Ismail Gaber.
The exports of the Export Council for Engineering Industries logged $176 million in August, compared to $166 million during the same month in 2018.
Six exports councils have observed an increase in their exports, including the Agriculture Export Council, whose exports reached $77 million.
Egypt's imports declined in eight sectors, most prominently in the furniture sector whose imports lessened to $56 million in June 2019, compared to $127 million in June 2018.
Egypt’s non-petroleum exports registered $13.037 billion in the first half of 2019, the General Organization for Export and Import Control (GOEIC) said in a report Friday.
The General Organization for Export & Import Control said in a report that Egypt’s exports hiked 10 percent, recording $16.54 billion in 2018.
The value of Egypt’s top 20 food exports registered $286 million in April, the General Organization for Export and Import Control (GOEIC) said
The GOEIC said kerosene came second in the top 20 list followed by Polypropylene.
Egypt’s exports of gold, ornaments and precious stones decreased 3 percent in the first quarter in 2018.
Exports of engineering and electronic commodities increased by 10 percent from January to November 2017.
GOEIC’s monthly report revealed that exports increased month-on-month (m-o-m) to reach $1.805 billion in November 2017 vs. $1.785 billion in November 2016.
Supply commodities include 15 food items, representing 16 percent of Egypt’s non-oil imports.
In efforts to regulate the leather export market, Minister of Industry and Foreign Trade Tarek Kabil issued a new decree Sunday to tighten product examination.