Türkiye's agriculture, food and drinks industry has generated a total of $12.23 billion in export revenues in the first six months of 2023.
The industry's imports, on the other hand, amounted to $12.46 billion, according to the Federation of Food and Drink Industry Associations (TGDF).
Export and imports rose 1 percent and nearly 18 percent, respectively, from a year ago.
KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - Telekom Srbija CEO Vladimir Lucic said at the weekend a decision by Pristina's business registration agency to abolish MTS doo, Telekom Srbija's daughter company in Kosovo-Metohija, was completely without legal grounds and that Telekom Srbija would use all legal means available to enable the company to operate without obstructions.
Greek bond yields have fallen fast and currently the 2- and 10-year-bonds are trading at around the European average, 3.31% and 3.8% respectively.
Since the European Central Bank (ECB) started raising its rates to fight inflation, Greek borrowing costs have dropped by almost 10%, even as other eurozone members have seen their own inching upward.
A newly discovered whale that lived nearly 40 million years ago could be the heaviest animal to have ever lived, based on a partial skeleton found in Peru, scientists said on Aug. 2.
The modern blue whale has long been considered the largest and heaviest animal ever, beating out all the giant dinosaurs of the distant past.
BELGRADE - Serbia's debt-to-GDP ratio is 50.5 pct and the country has not crossed the red line of overindebtedness, says Serbian Deputy PM and Finance Minister Sinisa Mali.
In response to criticism from opposition leader Dragan Djilas, Mali said that, by comparison, the Eurozone debt-to-GDP ratio was 91.2 pct according to the latest Eurostat figures.