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Tunisia: Fruit exports up 38% in 2017

Recent data from the Tunisian Ministry of Agriculture, Water Resources and Fishing show that the country’s revenue from fruit exports increased by 38% in 2017 compared to 2016, to reach 61.532 million dinars (MD), compared to 44.518 million dinars.

This growth was explained by developing Tunisian exports in 2017; exports into new markets, such as Qatar (1,157 tons against 128 tons) and Russia (874 tons against 318 tons). The quantities of fruit exported increased by 4%, from 23,297 in 2016 to 24,214 tons in 2017.

Numbers in an africanmanager.com article were as follows: Fisheries occupy the first place in exports (30%), i.e. 15,891 tons for a total of 6.364 MD, watermelon is in second position (7230 tons / 5762 MD), then grenade fruits (5,889 tons / 2.720 MD), apricots (4,038 tons / 1.856 MD), raspberries (5,609 tons / 379 MD) and prickly pears (4,274 tons / 681 MD).

Libya was the primary destination of summer fruit exports over the period from 2 January to 29 December 2017, with 12,191 tons, or 50% of the quantities exported, followed by France (3,607 tons / 8.721 MD), Italy (2,625 tons / 3.159 MD) and Kuwait (609 tons / 4.740 MD).


Publication date: 1/10/2018


 


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