Turkey’s Trade Minister, Mehmet Mus, announced on his Twitter account on Tuesday, that his country’s share in world exports has bypassed 1% of global export for the first time in the country’s history.
Mus announced that the number rose from 0.14% in 1980 to 0.43% in 2000.
Turkey’s products are now exported to the entire world, he said.
Ankara had broken another record earlier, with Turkish exports hitting the $105 billion mark in the first half of the year.
Turkey’s 2020 exports were valued at close to $170 billion, with imports reaching $219 billion, according to ITC Trade.
Turkey is a major exporter of agricultural products, as well as car parts, fabrics, and clothes.
source : almayadeen.net