Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) announced the provisional foreign export data for May. In May, Turkey’s export was $9 billion 964 million, decreasing 40,9 percent. Exports in the last 12 months decreased by 8,4 percent to $165 billion 732 million.
Chairman of TIM Ismail Gülle pointed out that Germany’s Export numbers faced the biggest decrease in the last 30 years in April, Japan’s Export numbers also faced the biggest decrease after the financial crisis in 2008. Mr.Gülle also said “With the normalization process and the following months, our expectations from Turkish exporters are beyond the normal.”
Virtual trade delegations to be continued with India and South Korea
Gülle also said: “We will continue to hold virtual trade delegations with the coordination of Trade Ministry, within the scope of the ‘next generation trade diplomacy’ activities. We organized two virtual Trade delegations to Uzbekistan and Kenya in the past weeks. We plan to hold two more delegations to India on 15th-19th of June and South Korea on 22nd-23rd of June.”