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Here is the answer, Yoav : Israel Egypt Trade 1994 - 2001 in US dollars

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Submitted by james burke (Canada), Mar 27, 2009 at 08:16

source: www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Peace/egyptisrael.html

Exports Israel to Egypt

Between 1994 and 2000, the total level of exports from Israel to Egypt was valued at $181 million.

In 2000, the Israeli exports to Egypt were valued at $58.1 million.

In 2001, Israeli products were exported to Egypt, with a total value of $47.1 million (a drop of 20 percent).

50 % of the exports were textile products. The remaining exports included chemical products, fertilizers and oil products. Israeli products accounted for around 0.3 percent of the overall Egyptian imports for the year 2000.

Yes there have been jobs and companies that have done well - a minor amount of companies in Israel

Exports Egypt to Israel

Between 1994 and 2000, the value of goods from Egypt to Israel reached a total of $1.606 billion!!!!!!!!.

Aside from oil, Egypt exports fresh vegetables, raw cotton, textiles, wood products and chemicals.

Conclusion: A boon for Egypt and a burden for Israel and all of those things ( except oil) Israel could get from India ( although it would take much longer and more expensive perhaps) or Europe or Turkey

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