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Gamea, Sudanese counterpart chair joint trade committee
10 August 2022  -  Sector :  -  Entity :  -  Category : General

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Trade flows between the two markets stood at $1.165 billion in 2021, up 60% from a year earlier.

Cairo- Aug 10, 2022

Minister of Trade and Industry Nevine Gamea and Sudan’s Acting Minister of Trade and Supply Amal Saleh Saad have chaired meetings of the joint trade committee held in Cairo on August 9-10 to discuss means of expanding mutual cooperation between both countries.

“We are keen on further deepening relations with Sudan, especially in terms of trade, industry and investment,” Gamea said, noting that it is one of Egypt’s principle trading partner in Africa and the Arab world.

She highlighted the need to exert more efforts to eliminate obstacle hindering bilateral trade flows, which stood at $1.165 billion in 2021, up 60% from a year earlier.

Saad, for her part, stressed the strategic ties binding Sudan with Egypt which boosts its access to EU markets, pointing out that her country is a gateway too for Egyptian exports into Africa.

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