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Posted by Turkse Media
Aug 02, 2017

Turkey’s July exports cross $12B, imports at over $21B

Foreign trade volume increases by 38.97 percent to reach $34.076 billion in July

Turkey’s exports in July tallied $12.6 billion while the imports for the same month reached $21.4 billion, according to Ministry of Customs and Trade’s data bulletin on Wednesday.

Exports in July increased by 28.69 percent and imports saw a 45.84-percent rise compared with the same month last year.

Turkey’s foreign trade volume increased by 38.97 percent and reached $34.076 billion during this period.

The foreign trade deficit increased by 80.41 percent and reached $8.788 billion during July.

In July, Turkey exported $1.215 billion worth of items to Germany; UAE came in second with $1.098 billion and the U.K. was third with $810 million.

Most imports to Turkey were from China, which was worth $2.133 billion. Germany followed with $1.828 billion and Russia was in the third spot with $1.789 billion.

 

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Aug 02, 2017
  • sedat

    Hoog tijd om wat te doen aan het tekort op de lopende rekening. Er wordt nog zoveel geimporteerd hier dat makkelijk in Turkije gemaakt zou worden. Vooral de invoer uit China baart me zorgen. Tegenwoordig maakt China ook hoogwaardige producten, maar ik zie nog steeds veel troep uit dat land in de schappen hier. Op naar een handelsoverschot binnen een paar jaar!

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