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Sunday, 16 December 2018

Egypt’s orange exports expected to increase by 7%

Egypt’s orange exports are expected to increase by 7% or 110,000 MT in the marketing year (MY) 2018-2019, according to a US Department of Agriculture report. The expected jump in exports comes on the back of plans to increase the cultivated area by 5.1%, leading to an 8.6% surge in production. “Most likely Egypt will remain the sixth largest orange producer and the first or the second largest exporter of fresh oranges in the world, depending on Spanish performance in MY2018/19,” the report said. Top importers of Egyptian oranges include Saudi Arabia, Russia, the Netherlands and China.

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