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SweetBedSheets.com is pleased to learn of the export of 1,271 metric tons of cotton being exported to the United States. The exports will include 675 tons of the Giza 86 variety and 596 tons of the Giza 88.
The new shipment of Egyptian cotton sheets ensures that Sweet Bed Sheets will be able to continue manufacturing its 100% Egyptian cotton sheets. The Utah-based company also sells Supima Cotton, brushed cotton, cotton-rich, and mercerized cotton sheets. The site offers a wide range of fine linens that are 100% guaranteed.
Many consumers love 100% Egyptian cotton sheet because of their softness and comfort. They also offer years of wear. The SweetBedSheets.com website sells Egyptian cotton pillow shams, mattress covers and duvet covers as well.
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The Egyptian exports to the Canadian market in January 2013 recorded EGP 638 million; increasing the growth rate to 238%, compared to EGP 171 million in January 2012.
This content is from Amwal el Ghad
In January 2013, the citrus exports recorded EGP 588 million, rose by 41% from a year before, which recorded EGP 415 million.
This export value of citrus helped in increasing the exports of agricultural crops to EGP 1.5 billion in January rose by 79%; compared to EGP 849 million in January 2012.
The increase of the citrus exports' rates resulted in raising the prices in the local market; ranging between 25-50%, pursuant to the data of the fruit and vegetables prices in the Aboor market. (...) This increase is impacted by the increasing global demand on Egypt's citrus; especially the Russian one.
Magdi Al Waliliy, Member in the Agricultural Export Council (AEC), told "Amwal Al Ghad" that the council is getting ready to take part in a number of international specialized conventions; in an attempt to to keep the high export rates that the agriculture crops recorded at the beginning of 2013.
He referred that this hike is a positive step in achieving the targeted export rates by the end of 2013; which reach EGP 13.6 billion, according to the data of the Egyptian Ministry of Industry and Foreign Trade.
This content is from: Amwal Alghad
Egypt's non-petroleum exports during January reached LE 11.260 billion, up by 12 percent compared to the same month of last year, when the level was LE 10.028 billion, according to a recent report issued by the Industry and Foreign Trade Ministry.
The increase came due to the rise of the exports of some export councils, Minister Hatem Saleh said.
The Export Council for Agricultural Crops, for example, oversaw an increase from LE 849 last year to LE 1.520 billion in the same month of this year.
The Export Council for Spinning and Textiles saw LE 427 million of exports, compared to LE 344 million in January 2012, while Export Council for Leather and Footwear reached LE 94 million compared to LE 53 million last year.
Dr. Hisham Allam, Director, Horticulture Research Institute (HRI), has unveiled that the global exports of citrus went down by 3% to reach 3.9 million tons, and the countries that export oranges are the European Union, Russia and Saudi Arabia.
The report, which issued in July 2012 by the US Ministry of Agriculture about citrus, the global markets and trade, elaborated that the global production of orange declined by 7% to 51.1 million tons. This decline is due to decreasing the production in Brazil, Mexico and EU countries.
He added that the Egyptian exports of citrus amounted to 1.1 million tons in 2011-2012; referring that the advantage of the Egyptian citrus represents in high quality of the fruits, in addition to Egypt's location and it is near to the global market. He expected the increase the exports in 2013.
Les premières pommes de terre d’Egypte sont arrivées sur les marchés européens : primeurs (peleuses) Nicola sur le marché britannique, primeurs bio sur le marché allemand. Mais actuellement, l’essentiel des exportations égyptiennes a d’autres destinations.
Minister of Industry and Foreign Trade, Egypt, Hatem Saleh has announced that the government is considering imposing export duties on cement to curb price hike.
Egypt's exports rose by 12 percent in January 2013, recording LE11.2 billion compared to LE10.2 billion in the same month last year, the ministry of industry and foreign trade said Monday.
Egyptian exports to the US decreased from LE718 million in 2012 to LE513 million in 2013
Egypt's Agricultural Export Council (AEC) has revealed the value of the rice exports from October, since the minister left ban on exporting rice, recording EGP 609 million that distributed on 145 thousand tons to the global market at average price EGP 4200 per ton.
He added that the most important foreign countries that imported the Egyptian rice are Syria, Iraq, Turkey, Lebanon, and Kurdistan. As to the broken rice, it is also imported to a number of the European countries; affirming that the council is looking forward to increasing the rice exports in the coming period so as to improve the total value of the council's exports.