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PESA Editorial on Eswatini: 2H2022/23

PESA Editorial on Eswatini: 2H2022/23

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Eswatini’s exports have had a slower growth since the recovery from the shock caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The country’s total merchandise exports had a slower growth to USD 2.1 billion in 2021. Eswatini has a highly diversified export profile and earnings from sugar have decreased despite being above the medium-term average at USD 386.6 million (approx. 18.8% of total exports) in 2021. Other top exports from Eswatini include essential oils and glassware. Read more accurate and balanced analysis of the political economy in Eswatini here: https://politicaleconomy.org.za/2022/05/pesa-editorial-on-eswatini-1h2022-23/.


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Siyaduma Biniza

Siya is the Executive Director at PESA.

Siyaduma Biniza

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