Ivory Coast glucose export quantities

In 2019 The Ivory Coast shipped 10 tonnes of glucose. In 2019 alone, the demand for the Ivory Coast glucose (agro commodities category) has decreased, flactuating by -70.588 per cent compared to the year 2018. Between 2017 and 2019, glucose's exports went down by -52.38 pc bringing the nation US$0.01m for the year 2019. the Ivory Coast's glucose exports are categorised as:

  • Glucose in solid form and glucose syrup, not containing added flavouring or colouring matter, and containing in the dry state >= 20% and < 50% by weight of fructose (excluding invert sugar) (HS code 170240)
  • Glucose in solid form and glucose syrup, not containing added flavouring or colouring matter and not containing fructose or containing in the dry state, < 20% by weight of fructose (HS code 170230)

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Ivory Coast glucose export values

In 2019, the Ivory Coast shipped glucose with a value of 0.01m USD, a reduction of -60.00% from 2018's total glucose export of 0.025m USD. The yearly change in value of the Ivory Coast glucose between 2017 to 2018 was 8.696 pc.

The annual/yearly variation in the volume of the Ivory Coast's glucose exports between 2017 and 2019 was -52.38 pc in comparison to a variation of -70.588% in the period between 2018 and 2019.

the Ivory Coast's portion of the world's total glucose's exports in 2019 was less than 1%. the Ivory Coast holds position 106 in world exports of glucose.

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Export markets for Ivory Coast glucose ( in '000$ )

the Ivory Coast's top export markets for glucose are Senegal, Nigeria, Morocco, Liberia and Guinea.

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Import/Export Trends

the Ivory Coast is a net importer of glucose. The annual growth of the Ivory Coast glucose in value between 2015 to 2019 was -23%, per annum, while annual growth in quantity during the same period was -25%, per annum.

the Ivory Coast brought in 7,280 tonnes of glucose in 2019.