The issue of exporting Egyptian products to global markets has always occupied the minds of economists, due to what the volume of exports reflects in terms of the performance of all economic sectors, the quality and ability of the national industry to confront international products, in addition to the significant returns that exports have achieved on the economic conditions in general, from an increase in investments directed to the industry, thus enabling chances Intense work in the sectors of industry, packaging, packaging and shipping in addition to export earnings from foreign currencies, and given the great impact of the economic reforms taken by Egypt during the past few years on all economic sectors, it was necessary to stand and consider Egypt’s place on the map of global markets as one of the most important Economic performance indicators that combine the growth of the sectors of industry, trade and international relations.
International reports showed a significant increase in the volume of Egyptian exports during the past two years, bringing it to the 66th place in the list of exporting countries, with total exports that amounted to about 30 billion dollars last year, divided among 5008 different products exported to 172 countries, which was confirmed by the Think Group report. Tank Egypt for providing information, which relied in its report on a complete analysis of reports (World Bank – International Monetary Fund – World Trade Center – United Nations International Trade Database).
The report emphasized that Egyptian exports are supported by 74 international agreements that include free trade agreements with the largest global economic blocs such as the European Union, the Group of South American countries, the Arab Common Market and the African Union countries, which allow the arrival of Egyptian products with customs benefits or full customs exemptions to about 2.7 billion consumers around the world. The scientist pointed out that the possibilities available for Egyptian exports are limitless, especially after the development of the Egyptian seaports, from which direct shipping lines come out to 2262 ports around the world out of a total of 3504 international ports.
The (TTI) report added that the development of the infrastructure for industry and shipping in Egypt since the launch of the economic reform program in integration with international free trade agreements put the Egyptian market at the top of the list of attractive markets for investment in Africa and ranked the Egyptian economy among the most promising economies in the world, which became evident in The movement of direct foreign investments that originate from Egypt, successively, as well as the doubling of the volume of foreign investments in the Egyptian market.