Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) announced the export data for July. Türkiye's exports reached the highest monthly figure in the pandemic process with 15 billion 12 million dollars in July 2020. The rate of increase in July exports compared to last month was 11.5 percent. While 1,641 companies joined the export family, exports to 77 countries reached the highest level since the beginning of the pandemic, and 16 sectors exported the highest monthly exports.
"Furnistry 2020 Virtual Fair", China's first virtual fair was organized in the coordination of the Ministry of Commerce and Turkish Exporters Assembly TİM and with organization of İstanbul Furniture, Paper and Forest Products Exporters Associations, while online open-ing of the "CIFF 2020 International Furniture Fair", the first physical and national participa-tion fair during the pandemic period in China. TİM Chairman İsmail Gülle said, "As the ex-port family, both in the field and in the virtual, we are fighting for rising Türkiye with ex-ports. Turkish exporter has the power to bring the Far East closer, especially with its prod-ucts that create added value in the furniture sector." İstanbul Furniture, Paper and Forest Products Exporters Association President Ahmet Güleç said, "Our performances in June and July show that we will catch about $4 billion this year. Today, we aim to increase the average sales price of 2.8 dollars to 7 dollars per kilograms."
The Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) continued its Virtual Trade Delegation programs with Nigeria on July 13-17 with the aim of reducing Covid-19's effects on the exports. TİM Chairman İsmail Gülle said, "Although the development of the mutual trade of the two countries is important, the share of Nigeria's imports from our country in total imports is still less than 1 percent. The new goal of exporters will be to increase this rate to over 1 percent by experiencing rapidly rising demand in Nigeria". Nigerian Ambassador to Abuja Ahmet Melih Ulueren said there are significant opportunities for Turkish exporters in the Agriculture and Health sectors in Nigeria.
Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) held a commemoration ceremony on the fourth anniversary of the nation's epic struggle against the July 15th treacherous coup attempt. At the ceremony, 251 pigeons were flown in memory of the 251 heroic martyrs who sacrificed their lives without hesitation while resisting the coup attempt.
The Turkish Exporters Assembly, TİM, sent 100 thousand masks to the state of the Maryland, USA, as part of the National Production Mobilization, which it launched together with 61 exporters' union.
Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) announced the export figures for June. Türkiye's export increased by 15.8 percent in June 2020 to 13 billion 469 million dollars. Compared to May, 35.2 percent achieved a record rate of increase in exports. In June, 1.443 companies joined the export family, while 24 of the 27 sectors increased in exports. Hazelnut and Products, Grain, Jewelry, Ship and Yacht, Ornamental Plants sectors increased their exports by more than 50 percent monthly, while the top 5 sectors that exported the most were Automotive, Chemical Substances, Apparel, Steel and Electrical-Electronics.
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.
While Turkey extends its friendly hand to over 70 countries during the Covid-19 outbreak in support of the global struggle, Turkish exporters take the ‘humanity' and ‘goodness' movement one step further by saying ‘Made in Türkiye'. Turkish Promotion Group (TTG) carries its activities under the Turkish Exporters Assembly (TIM) in pursuit of the vision of contributing to the worldwide branding of export sectors. By sending special design hygiene kits to the major traders in the target markets, representatives of trade associations, and the press, TTG aims to revive the spirit of solidarity in difficult times and tell Turkey's success in production, supply, and exports.
Turkish Exporters' Assembly (TİM) starts its Virtual Trade Delegations program, which was created with the objective to reduce the effects of COVID-19 on exports, with Uzbekistan on 13-15 May. After Uzbekistan, Kenya, India and South Korea will be on the route. İsmail GÜLLE, Chairman of TİM, said “We continue our activities within the scope of our mission to increase our country's exports and offer solutions to our exporters. In order to minimize the negative effects of the epidemic on our country's exports and the market losses suffered by our exporter companies, we start our virtual delegations with the coordination of our Ministry of Trade. We also plan to realize the virtual fairs for all sectors in July.
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