Ivory Coast: 2019 intra-Africa trade and tariff profile
23% each of Ivory Coast’s world exports and world imports are intra-Africa; 43% of intra-Africa exports are to Mali and Burkina Faso while 58% of intra-Africa imports are from Nigeria (crude petroleum oils). Numerous intra-Africa export products account for the majority of world exports of the particular product, including palm oil, beauty products, electrical energy, soaps, coffee extracts and manufactured tobacco. Apart from petroleum oil imports from Nigeria, other import products include fish, cement, fertilisers and goods vehicles. 24% of intra-Africa exports and 26% of intra-Africa imports are to and from African countries which are not members of ECOWAS. 59% of these exports are to South Africa, all of which are unwrought gold which enters the South African market duty-free. Imports from outside ECOWAS include fertilisers sourced from Morocco, frozen fish from Mauritania, goods vehicles from South Africa, Portland cement from Tunisia and food and beverage additives from Egypt.
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