Equatorial Guinea’s Tea Imports

Tea, a beverage steeped in history and tradition, has found its way into Equatorial Guinea’s heart and trade landscape. In 2021, Equatorial Guinea showcased its participation in the global tea market as an importer of this beloved product.

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Equatorial Guinea’s Tea Imports

In 2021, Equatorial Guinea imported a total of $314,000 worth of tea, positioning the country as the 173rd largest tea importer in the world. Tea ranked as the 268th most imported product in Equatorial Guinea that year. The growing demand for tea within the country was evident, as Equatorial Guinea heavily relied on imports to cater to domestic consumption needs and meet the preferences of its tea-loving population.

Equatorial Guinea primarily sourced its tea imports from Spain, China, Sri Lanka, France, and the Netherlands. Spain emerged as the leading contributor, accounting for a significant portion of the import value with $175,000. China followed with $53,600, while Sri Lanka, France, and the Netherlands also played important roles in the tea import market, contributing $42,300, $21,200, and $8,850, respectively.

Noteworthy Growth in Tea Imports

One intriguing aspect of Equatorial Guinea’s tea import market was the notable growth observed in specific markets between 2020 and 2021. Spain, Sri Lanka, and India were the fastest-growing import markets for tea in Equatorial Guinea during this period.

Spain, in particular, displayed remarkable growth, with an increase of $38,800 in tea imports to Equatorial Guinea. Sri Lanka followed suit with $25,400 in additional tea imports, while India also showed promising growth with $3,220.

ContinentCountryTrade Value
AsiaUnited Arab Emirates1,634
AsiaSri Lanka42,318
Table: Where Does Equatorial Guinea Import Its Tea (2021)

Data: BACI

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