An economic Study for Intra-Egyptian Trade Exchanges under the African and Arab Unions

MAMDOUH ELBADRY, MOHAMED and MANAL MASHHOUR, ELSAID and RASHA SALEH, MANSOUR (2015) An economic Study for Intra-Egyptian Trade Exchanges under the African and Arab Unions. In: Third International Conference on Advances in Management, Economics and Social Science - MES 2015, 10-11 December, 2015, Rome, Italy.

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Abstract

Is the export of the most important of the main sources for the provision of foreign exchange, especially in light of lower revenues Egyptian trade balance, where the deficit in the trade balance reached about 3.393 billion dollars in 2014, as total exports total imports coverage rate of about 27.9% over the average period (2000-2014), where increasing the value of total imports of about $ 3.53 in 2000 to about 6.749 billion in 2014 an increase of about 91.2% from 2000, while Increasing total exports value of about 0.441 billion US dollars in 2000 to about 2.709 billion dollars in 2014 an increase of approximately 514.4% from 2000, but that the value of agricultural imports may Increasing of about 0.706 billion US dollars in 2000 to about 2.231 billion in 2014 an increase of approximately 216.3% from 2000, while increased agricultural exports from about 0.264 value million in 2000 to about 0.594 billion in 2014 an increase of approximately 124.9% from 2000, was the deficit in the agricultural balance reached about 1.638 billion dollars in 2014, while agricultural exports agricultural imports coverage rate of about 44.3% over the average period ( 2000-2014). The average total Egyptian total exports value of about 1.397 billion dollars, representing about 2%, 0.4% and about 3.3% of the total exports of African and Arab countries and COMESA value, respectively, amounting to about 68.41, about 402.836 and about 44.927 billion dollars over the average period (2000 -2014). While the average total value of Egypt's total imports amounted to about 4.791 billion dollars, representing about 9%, 2.1% and about 17.3% of the total value of total imports of African and Arab countries and the COMESA respectively, amounting to about 59.079, about 270.246 and about 32.571 billion dollars over the average period ( 2000-2014).

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: African Union, COMESA, Arab Union, Total Exports, Total Imports, Agricultural Exports, Agricultural Imports, Integrated.
Depositing User: Mr. John Steve
Date Deposited: 05 Apr 2019 12:13
Last Modified: 05 Apr 2019 12:13
URI: http://publications.theired.org/id/eprint/1205

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