The following agreements have been replaced by the EU-Turkey customs union: Egyptian imports from Turkey increased by 11 percent between January and September 2019 to a total of 2.39 billion $US compared to $2.16 billion for the same product in 2018, the al-Mal business daily reported in a report by the Ministry of Industry and Trade. Egypt is a signatory to several multilateral trade agreements: describes the bilateral and multilateral trade agreements in which this country participates, including with the United States. “The free trade agreement between Egypt and Turkey was signed in 2005 but entered into force in 2013 under the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood,” he added. Although Cairo and Ankara maintain diplomatic relations in 2013 in the wake of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan`s opposition to egypt`s 30 revolution The free trade agreement signed in 2005 remains in force. In addition, Egypt has signed several bilateral agreements with Arab countries: Jordan (December 1999), Lebanon (March 1999), Libya (January 1991), Morocco (April 1999), Syria (December 1991) and Tunisia (March 1999). In addition, Egypt and China concluded a trade agreement in 1995. Egypt has also signed an economic agreement with Russia. In June 2001, Egypt signed an Association Agreement with the European Union (EU), which entered into force on 1 June 2004. The agreement provided for immediate duty-free access for Egyptian products to EU markets, while duty-free access for EU products was progressive over a twelve-year period. In 2010, Egypt and the EU concluded an agricultural annex to their free trade agreement and liberalized trade in more than 90% of agricultural products. In early January, Egyptian customs authorities began exempting imported Turkish vehicles from customs, in accordance with the free trade agreement. . .