Mediterranean Exporters’ Association (AKİB) Coordinator Chairman Arslan, said that “in the first month 7 2016 5 billion 584 million dollars in the exports in the same period increased by 23 percent to 6 billion 889 million dollars to upgrade this year,”.
Mahmut Arslan, Coordinator of Mediterranean Exporters’ Associations (AKİB), said that unit exports increased by 23 percent compared to the same period in the first 7 months of this year and rose to 6 billion 889 million dolars. According to a written statement made by Arslan, “Our exports, which were 5 billion 584 million dollars in the first 7 months of 2016, increased by 23 percent in the same period of this year and reached 6 billion 889 million dollars. In the last 7 months, 8.3 percent of Turkey’s exports were made with AKİB channels. “
MOST EXPORTED 5 COUNTRIES
In the month of July, 95 percent of exports of iron and non-ferrous metals and steel, 35 percent in ready-to-wear apparel exports, 34 percent in furniture and paper products exports, 15 percent in exports of aquatic products and animal products, 15, a 2 percent increase in exports of fresh fruit and vegetables, Arslan said that the largest exports to Iraq, the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Syria and Egypt in this period.
Source : Ekonomi Haber