Performance of Egyptian Cotton Exports in the Global Markets

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Mohamed A. Elsamie
Deyi Zhou

Abstract

This study focuses on the performance of Egyptian Cotton Exports in the global markets, and the important situation of those Exports in these Markets. ,The results show that quantity and value of Egyptian cotton Exports to the global markets has taken a decreasing trend during the study period, Also, we show that the relative importance of  value of Egyptian cotton Exports when compared to value of Total Exports has taken a decreasing, the relative importance of  value of Egyptian cotton Exports when compared to value of  Agricultural Exports has taken a decreasing, quantity, value and import price of cotton imports has taken an increasing trend during the study period, Also the results show that value of cotton spinning Exports has taken an increasing trend , quantity and value of the cotton textile Exports has taken an increasing trend, quantity and value of the cotton knitwear products Exports has taken an increasing trend, quantity and value of the Cotton clothing Exports has taken an increasing trend, quantity and value of the Medical cotton Exports has taken an increasing trend, quantity of the manufactured cotton products Exports has taken an increasing trend of 8.08 thousand tons, by 5.13% from the annual average of quantity of the manufactured cotton products Exports during the study period, Value of the manufactured cotton products Exports has taken an increasing trend of 81.2 million US$, by 5.91% of the annual average of Value of the manufactured cotton products Exports during the study period .

Keywords:
Cotton, exports, quantity, imports, performance, egyptian, global markets, percentage, spinning, textile, knitwear, medical cotton.

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Elsamie, M. A., & Zhou, D. (2021). Performance of Egyptian Cotton Exports in the Global Markets. Asian Journal of Education and Social Studies, 16(2), 9-25. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajess/2021/v16i230396
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