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Egypt: Exports of cut flowers, ornamental plants up to $35 million

Head of Agriculture Professions Union Sayed Khalefa said on Sunday that Egypt’s total exports of cut flowers and ornamental plants has reached $35 million, and is anticipated to increase within the coming years.

Al-Masry Al-Youm citing Khalefa added that the higher production of cut flowers and ornamental plants would give Egypt a competitive advantage in global markets and create job opportunities for youth.

According to Khalefa the Arab market is the largest importer for Egyptian ornamental plants, adding that several European countries import the Egyptian flowers and plants which are used in the medical and odorous industries.


Publication date: 7/11/2018

 


 

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