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Egypt's iron ore export is projected to decline by 1% year-on-year, on average, to reach $575 million by 2026. Since 2003, the country's supplies have risen by 3% annually. In 2021, Egypt ranked 46th, being overtaken by Romania, whose exports amounted to $610 million. Brazil, Canada and South Africa were the next three countries in the ranking. Meanwhile, the country's iron ore imports are expected to grow 3.5% year-on-year, CAGR, to reach $1.3 billion by 2026. Since 1999, Egypt's demand for this mineral has risen by almost 37%. In 2021, Malaysia overtook the country, with imports of $1.1 billion. Japan, South Korea and Germany were the next three countries in the ranking.
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