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palm products, crude petroleum, cacao, Libya, Morocco

Beninís annual imports generally cost much more than its exports earn. In 2000 the countryís imports were valued at $602 million and its exports at only $376 million. Beninís main exports are crude petroleum, cotton, palm products, and cacao; its chief imports are textiles, clothing, and machinery. Beninís principal trading partners for exports are Brazil, Portugal, Morocco, Libya, India, the United States, Italy, and France; chief partners for imports are France, the United Kingdom, China, Thailand, Hong Kong, and The Netherlands.



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palm products, crude petroleum, cacao, Libya, Morocco, Thailand, Portugal, cotton, Brazil, France, China, Italy, India, United Kingdom, United States

 
 

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