The value of Egyptian fuel exports fell 0.2% year-on-year (Y.o.Y) to January 2018, Amwal Al Ghad has reported.

Statistics published by the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) reveal that Egypt exported $330.554 million of oil in the month of January 2018, compared to $331.227 in January 2017.

Meanwhile, the value of Egypt’s crude exports dropped 18.66% Y.o.Y, reaching $156.421 million in January 2018, from $192.248 million in the same month of the preceding year.

Exports of petroleum products increased by 175% Y.o.Y recording $33.193 million in January 2018, compared to $12.074 million in January 2017.

Coal exports fell from $7.901 million in January 2017 to $7.228 million in January 2018, a 8.5% Y.o.Y decrease.