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important exports, motor vehicles, value of exports, imports, hides

In 2000 annual exports were $49 million and imports $148 million. In the early 1990s coffee accounted for 81 percent of the value of exports. Cotton, hides, and tea are the only other important exports, with tea increasing to nearly 10 percent of export value in the early 1990s. Principal trading partners for exports were the United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg, and Switzerland. Textiles, motor vehicles, flour, and petroleum products are imported, principally from Belgium and Luxembourg, France, Germany, and Japan.



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