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Namibia: 2019 intra-Africa trade and tariff profile

For 2019, Namibia’s intra-Africa exports of US$2.4 billion accounted for 37% of Namibia’s world exports, while 66% of Namibia’s world imports were sourced from other African countries. However, between 2018 and 2019 both Namibia’s intra-Africa exports and imports showed a slight decline. Furthermore, Namibia mainly trades with other countries which are members of SACU and/or SADC – 61% of total intra-Africa trade is with South Africa, 19% with Zambia, and 11% with Botswana. Consequently, Namibia’s intra-Africa trade with countries outside SACU and SADC accounts for only 1% each of world exports and imports. Exports are mainly to Nigeria and Egypt while imports are mainly sourced from Togo, Tunisia, and Morocco. Most of these imports are light petroleum oils levied specific duties.

Namibia: 2019 intra-Africa trade and tariff profile
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