Mediterranean exporters realized foreign sales of $14 billion 906 million in the January-September period.
Mediterranean Exporters’ Associations (AKIB) Coordinator Chairman Fuat Tosyali stated in his written statement that their union makes the best use of the opportunities in the export market.
Noting that AKİB achieved an export of $1.5 billion in September, Tosyali said, “Our Union reached an export value of $14 billion 906 million in the January-September period of 2022. In the said period, we became the union that achieved the highest increase in export volume among 14 general secretariats across Turkiye. Between January and September, we supported our country’s exports by 8.8%.”
Tosyali stated that they exported the most to Iraq, the Netherlands and the Republic of South Africa in the January-September period.
Evaluating the sector’s exports of his unions, Tosyali said:
“In the January-September period, our Mediterranean Chemicals and Products Exporters’ Association realized the most exports with an increase of 65.45% and $5.62 billion. Our Mediterranean Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metals Exporters’ Association ranked second with an increase of 12.12% and $3.58 billion, and our Mediterranean Cereals, Pulses, Oilseeds and Products Exporters’ Association ranked third with an increase of 36.97% and $1.49 billion.”
Source: Trthaber / Translated by Irem Yildiz