Key Market Indicators
Egyptian forestry revenue is projected to decrease by 1.9% a year on average, going from 42.64 thousand hectares in 2021 to 38.08 thousand by 2026. This marks a decrease of 4.56 thousand hectares over the course of five years. Since 1995, the forestry supply in Egypt has decreased by 1.1% year on year. Forestry revenue in Egypt is set to drop over the next five years by an average of 1.9%. This is according to the latest figures, which show that the total number of hectares of forestry will fall from 42,640 in 2021 to 38,080 in 2026. This marks a decrease of 4,560 hectares since 1995, when the annual rate of decline was 1.1%.