Turkish exports reaches record-breaking monthly high of USD23.4B
(MENAFN) According to trade minister Mehmet Mus, Turkey's exports climbed to USD23.4 billion in June, the greatest monthly total in the nation's history.
The minister stated at a gathering in the eastern region of Erzurum that this represented a gain of 18.5 percent in comparison to June last year and Turkey’s “highest monthly export figure of all time.”
According to Mus, the Turkish administration's efforts to boost exports have been quite successful as the high quantities seen previous year have continued to rise in the first half of the current year. Moreover, the minister reported that Turkey's exports in the first half of the current year had already surpassed USD126 billion.
Energy accounted for the majority of June's imports, which totaled USD31.6 billion, a year-over-year increase of 39.6 percent, he noted. On the other hand, according to data from the Trade Ministry, international trade reached USD55 billion last month, an increase of 29.8 percent on an annual basis.
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