Turkey's top country for imports was Russia

According to the provisional data, produced with the cooperation of the Turkish Statistical Institute and the Ministry of Customs and Trade, in February 2013; exports increased by 5.8% and reached to 12 435 Million Dollars and imports increased by 9% and reached to 19 394 Million...

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Turkey's top country for imports was Russia



Balkans.com Business News Correspondent - 01.04.2013

According to the provisional data, produced with the cooperation of the Turkish Statistical Institute and the Ministry of Customs and Trade, in February 2013; exports increased by 5.8% and reached to 12 435 Million Dollars and imports increased by 9% and reached to 19 394 Million Dollars compared with February 2012. 
At the same month, foreign trade deficit increased from 6 039 Million Dollars to 6 958 Million Dollars.Calendar adjusted Turkish exports and imports increased by 9.0% and 13.1% compared with February 2012. Seasonally and calendar adjusted exports and imports increased by 6.2% and 6.5% compared with previous month. In February 2013 exports coverage imports was 64.1% while it was 66% in February 2012.For February 2013, the top country for Turkey’s imports was Russian Federation (2 015 Million Dollars), records for imports range from Germany (1 876 Million Dollars), China (1 829 Million Dollars) and the United States of America (954 Million Dollars).  In February 2013, the main partner country for exports was Germany with 1 089 Million Dollars and increased by 1.8%. For exports, Germany was followed by Iraq (851 Million Dollars), the United Kingdom (682 Million Dollars) and the United Arab Emirates (606 Million Dollars).  As compared with the same month of the previous year, exports to the EU were 5 095 Million Dollars, increased by 3.5%. The proportion of the EU countries was 41% in February 2013 while it was 41.9% in February 2012. 


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