13 June 2022

Turkish President Says His Country's Share of World Exports Increased to 1.05 Percent

International and Arabic

Istanbul, June 13 (QNA) - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed that his country's exports amounted to USD 243 billion during the ten months ending in May and that its share in global exports rose to 1.05 percent.
Erdogan explained, during the 29th meeting of the Turkish Exporters Assembly today, that his country's exports increased from USD 225 billion last year to USD 243 billion in May of 2022.
He added that Turkish exports have now reached 217 countries and regions around the world, which is an indication of Turkey's resolute steps to promote development, increase production, employment, export, and investment, noting that Turkish exporters have a large share in Turkey's development, making it one of the top 10 economies of the world.
The Turkish president noted that his country's government has increased exports 6 times and the number of exporters four times over the past 20 years, adding that his country has made investments worth USD 3.5 trillion in the fields of education, health, industry, tourism, and social support.
He stressed that Turkey will exceed the export target of USD 250 billion set for the end of this year, which indicates that it is approaching the goals of vision 2023 at an increasing pace. (QNA)


Economy, International
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