Record in exports to 19 countries! | Economy News

Turkey broke a monthly export record in 19 countries in its foreign sales in June. In this period, 1 billion 181 million 787 thousand dollars were exported to the USA, 1 billion 21 million 647 thousand dollars to Italy, 668 million 546 thousand dollars to the Netherlands.

According to the information compiled by AA correspondent from the data of the Turkish Exporters Assembly (TIM), Turkey’s exports in June increased by 46.9 percent compared to the same period of 2020 and amounted to 19 billion 773 million dollars. Turkey broke a monthly export record in 19 countries in its foreign sales in June.

The countries where Turkey broke records in monthly exports were Germany, USA, Italy, Netherlands, Romania, Bulgaria, Canada, Czechia, Austria, Serbia, Mexico, Kyrgyzstan, Senegal, Colombia, Kosovo, Djibouti, Ivory Coast, Dominican Republic and Paraguay.

According to TIM data, foreign sales of 1 billion 568 million 505 thousand dollars were made to Germany, Turkey’s leading country in exports, in June.

In this period, Turkey received 1 billion 181 million 787 thousand dollars to the USA, 1 billion 21 million 647 thousand dollars to Italy, 668 million 546 thousand dollars to the Netherlands, 475 million 836 thousand dollars to Romania, 298 million 467 dollars to Bulgaria. thousand dollars, 198 million 343 thousand dollars to Canada, 133 million 542 thousand dollars to Czechia, 128 million 159 thousand dollars to Austria, 128 million 551 thousand dollars to Serbia, 83 million 594 thousand dollars to Mexico, Kyrgyzstan. a 57 million 676 thousand dollars, 53 million 681 thousand dollars to Senegal, 52 million 684 thousand dollars to Colombia, 50 million 746 thousand dollars to Kosovo, 45 million 966 thousand dollars to Djibouti, 44 million 350 thousand dollars to Ivory Coast exported 29 million 407 thousand dollars to the Dominican Republic and 8 million 959 thousand dollars to Paraguay.

Germany also maintained its leadership among all the countries to which Turkey exports the most in June. Other countries where Turkey broke a record were the USA, Italy and the Netherlands, which were among the 10 countries with the highest exports.

The USA was the third country with the highest export volume in June among all exporting countries, and Italy was the fourth country.

The USA, Germany and Italy were also the countries where Turkey increased its exports the most in terms of value among all the countries it exports to. Turkey’s exports to the USA increased by 468 million 692 thousand dollars in June compared to the same period last year. Thus, the USA became the market where Turkey increased its foreign sales the most in June. Italy followed the USA with an increase of 422 million 291 thousand dollars and Germany with an increase of 391 million 18 thousand dollars.


Steel sector exported the most to 7 of the 19 countries where Turkey broke a record in exports. The steel sector made the most exports to the Dominican Republic, Ivory Coast, Canada, Colombia, Paraguay, Romania and Senegal.

The steel industry went to the Dominican Republic for $24.1 million, to Ivory Coast for $21.9 million, to Canada for $102.5 million, to Romania 143.9 million dollars, to Colombia $26.5 million, to Paraguay. It exported 5.7 million dollars to Turkey and 27.3 million dollars to Senegal. The chemicals and products sector came to the fore in exports to the USA, Bulgaria, the Netherlands, Kosovo and Serbia.

The sector in question made foreign sales of 121.4 million dollars to the USA, 40.4 million dollars to Bulgaria, 249.9 million dollars to the Netherlands, 8.3 million dollars to Kosovo and 19 million dollars to Serbia.

Automotive industry exported the most to Germany, Italy and Mexico, ferrous and non-ferrous metals to Austria, grains, pulses, oilseeds and products to Djibouti, ready-made clothing and apparel to Czechia, and jewelery industry to Kyrgyzstan.

In this period, the automotive sector paid 335.4 million dollars to Germany, 245 million dollars to Italy, 16.1 million dollars to Mexico, the ferrous and non-ferrous metals sector to Austria 20 million dollars, grains pulses oil seeds. and its products industry 39.2 million dollars to Djibouti, 23.7 million dollars to the ready-made clothing and apparel industry Czechia, 21.1 million dollars to the jewelery industry Kyrgyzstan.


Companies from Istanbul made the most exports to 19 countries, where Turkey broke a record in foreign sales in June. Most exports were made to the USA, Germany, Austria, Bulgaria, Czechia, Ivory Coast, Netherlands, Italy, Canada, Kyrgyzstan, Colombia, Kosovo, Mexico, Paraguay, Romania, Senegal and Serbia from Istanbul.

Looking at other record-breaking countries, Gaziantep made the most exports to Djibouti and Samsun to the Dominican Republic. In June, companies from Istanbul paid $445.5 million to the USA, $667.6 million to Germany, $49.3 million to Austria, $155.9 million to Bulgaria, $81.6 million to Czechia, $27.1 million to the Ivory Coast, $284.2 million to the Netherlands, $382.3 million to Italy, $57.2 million to Canada, $44.6 million to Kyrgyzstan, $24.5 to Colombia $29.2 million to Kosovo, $26.2 million to Mexico, $5.9 million to Paraguay, $213.8 million to Romania, $30.8 million to Senegal, Serbia’ a realized foreign sales of 71.2 million dollars.

In this period, companies from Gaziantep exported 32.5 million dollars to Djibouti, and companies from Samsun exported 14.8 million dollars to the Dominican Republic.


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