Top African Exporting Countries

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In 2020, Africa's exports totaled 370.8 billion dollars. This figure represents a 0.5 percent growth from 2016 to 2019, but a minus 22.2 percent drop from 2019 to 2021.

Using global standards, global exports from all nations totaled 17.309 trillion dollars in 2021, an increase of 8.6 percent in value since 2016, but a smaller decrease of minus 7.6 percent from 2019 to 2021.

In 2021, Africa's exports are expected to account for 2.1 percent of total global exports.

By value, the top five African exporting countries are South Africa, Nigeria, Morocco, Egypt, and Angola accounted for 52.9 percent of the continent's total exports.

Given Africa's population of 1.351 billion people, the continent's total export commodities worth 370.8 billion dollars in 2021 amounts to nearly 275 dollars per African inhabitant.

The percentage change in value from 2019 to 2021 is also shown.

South Africa with 85,686,133,000 dollars accounts for minus 5.2 percent

Nigeria with 33,361,475,000 dollars accounts for minus 37.8 percent

Morocco with 27,704,922,000 dollars accounts for minus 6.4 percent

Egypt with 26,815,145,000 dollars accounts for minus 12.5 percent

Angola with 22,593,199,000 dollars accounts for minus 35.1 percent

Algeria with 21,061,281,000 dollars accounts for minus 42.8 percent

Democratic Republic of Congo with 14,122,147,000 dollars accounts for plus 5.5 percent

Tunisia with 13,710,009,000 dollars accounts for minus 8.3 percent

Ghana with 11,575,919,000 dollars accounts for 31.0 percent

Ivory Coast with 11,005,029,000 dollars accounts for minus 13.5 percent

The top ten African exporters accounted for over three-quarters of all international product sales shipped from Africa in 2021 which stands at 72.2 percent.

Sixteen African exporting countries or territories increased the value of their exports between 2019 and 2021, topped by Sao Tome and Principe which went up by 165.9 percent, Western Sahara was up by 129.3 percent, French Southern and Antarctic Lands went up by 70.3 percent, Cape Verde was up by 53.2 percent, Lesotho up by 43.8 percent, and Burkina Faso came up by 43.8 percent.

British Indian Ocean Territory came down by minus 83.9 percent, Rwanda was down by minus 72.6 percent, Libya down by minus 71.7 percent, South Sudan went down by minus 51.7 percent, and Liberia came down by minus 51.7 percent as part of the top 46 decliners year over year.

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