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The Turkish exports rise in 2021 to 225 billion dollars

Turkish exports increased in 2021 by 32.9% compared to the previous year 2020, reaching 225 billion and 368 million dollars.

Anadolu Agency quoted Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as saying that the volume of Turkey’s foreign trade increased from 87.6 billion dollars in 2002 to 496.7 billion dollars in 2021, and that “the foreign trade deficit during 2021 decreased by 7.8% compared to 2020 to settle at $45.9 billion.

” Regarding the distribution of exports, Erdogan added that Turkish exports “increased by 86.6% to South America, 29% to non-EU European countries, 22.6% to the Near and Middle East, and 44.8% to North Africa.”

The Turkish president indicated that his country aims to “raise the value of its exports to 250 billion dollars during 2022.”

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