Export Markets In Africa
Papua New Guinea (PNG) exports a variety of goods to African countries, including oil, gold, copper, coffee, cocoa, and timber. The main markets for PNG’s exports in Africa are South Africa, Morocco, and Egypt. PNG also imports a range of goods from African countries, including machinery, transport equipment, and manufactured goods. The main sources of PNG’s imports from Africa are South Africa, Morocco, and Egypt.
In addition to exporting and importing goods, PNG also has trade agreements with several African countries. For example, PNG is a member of the Melanesian Spearhead Group, which has a trade agreement with the African, Caribbean, and Pacific Group of States (ACP) known as the “ACP-EU Partnership Agreement.” This agreement provides for the gradual liberalization of trade between the ACP and the EU, with the aim of promoting economic development and improving living standards in the region. You can find more information on trade between Papua New Guinea and African countries on the websites of the Papua New Guinea Department of Trade and Industry or the World Trade Organization (WTO).