Eswatini: 2019 intra-Africa trade and tariff profile
For 2019, 92% of Eswatini’s world exports were intra-Africa, 72% of which were exports to South Africa. Similarly, 77% of world imports were sourced from other Africa countries, 95% of which sourced from South Africa. The majority of exports are chemical products, including food and beverage additives and raw cane sugar. These are also the main products Eswatini exports to African countries outside SACU and/or SADC, 50% of which to Kenya and 39% to Nigeria. 81% of imports sourced from outside SACU and SADC are from Egypt – 62% are duty-free imports of natural Arabic gum.