Ivory Coast sugar export quantities
In 2019 The Ivory Coast exported 6,314 tonnes of sugar. In 2019 alone, the market for the Ivory Coast sugar (processed category) has gone down, with a change of -48.356 per cent compared to the year 2018. Between 2017 and 2019, sugar's exports grew by 46.46 percent earning the Ivory Coast US$6.15m for the year 2019. the Ivory Coast's sugar exports are classified as:
- Raw cane sugar, in solid form, not containing added flavouring or colouring matter (excluding cane sugar of 1701 13) (HS code 170114)
- Raw cane sugar, in solid form, not containing added flavouring or colouring matter, obtained without centrifugation, with sucrose content 69Â° to 93Â°, containing only natural anhedral microcrystals (see subheading note 2.) (HS code 170113)
- Raw cane sugar (excluding added flavouring or colouring) (HS code 170111)
- Refined cane or beet sugar, containing added flavouring or colouring, in solid form (HS code 170191)
- Raw beet sugar (excluding added flavouring or colouring) (HS code 170112)
- Cane or beet sugar and chemically pure sucrose, in solid form (excluding cane and beet sugar containing added flavouring or colouring and raw sugar) (HS code 170199)
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Ivory Coast sugar export values
In 2019, the Ivory Coast shipped sugar costing 6.15m USD, a drop of -49.13% from 2018's total sugar export of 12.089m USD. The annual reduction in value of the Ivory Coast sugar between 2017 to 2018 was 175.942 percent.
The annual/yearly change in the quantity of the Ivory Coast's sugar exports between 2017 and 2019 was 46.46 per cent compared to a variation of -48.356% in the period between 2018 and 2019.
Export markets for Ivory Coast sugar ( in '000$ )
the Ivory Coast's top export markets for sugar are Burkina Faso, the Gambia, Mauritania, Niger and Sierra Leone.
the Ivory Coast ordered 42,474 tonnes of sugar in 2019.