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Zimbabwe's iron ore exports are expected to reach $811,610 by 2026. This is a 3.8% annual growth rate since 2021 when it was valued at $648,410. Since the year 2000, Zimbabwean supply has grown by nearly 50%. In 2021, the country ranked 45th in the world with Egypt overtaking it with $648,410. Brazil, Canada and South Africa ranked 2nd, 3rd and 4th, respectively. However, since 2006, Zimbabwean demand has dropped by almost 60%. In 2018, the country was 103rd in the world with Malawi overtaking it with $368. Japan, South Korea and Germany ranked 2nd, 3rd and 4th, respectively.
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