Turkish Exporters Assembly

Turkish exports decline for fifth month in row

Turkey's exports declined 19.8 percent in September year-on-year, the Turkish Exporters Assembly reported Oct. 1.

Exports fell to $10.61 million in September, representing the fifth consecutive month of decline. For the year to date, exports have dropped 10 percent year-on-year to $106.3 billion, according to the report.

Cry from Mardin reflects the mood of the business world

It was in the southeastern province of Mardin about 15 years ago when I first met Ebru Baybara Demir. After her tourism education in Istanbul, she went back to her hometown, which was exploring tourism at that time. I remember very well that in those days there were no decent hotels or restaurants in Mardin. 

Turkish ministers split on export award to key graft suspect

Two leading members of the Turkish government have been poles apart regarding their attendance of a ceremony in which a controversial Iranian-Turkish businessman, involved in a huge corruption scandal that has since shaken the country, was awarded for his company's high export performance.

Bypassing mediocracy, but how?

Opposition leader Kemal K?l?çdaro?lu released his party?s election manifesto on the weekend, summing up the economic picture as this: 

Turkey went down to 19th place from 17th place in the list of leading economies in the world. Because its income per capita for the past six years could not cross $10,000, it has fallen into the ?medium income? trap. 

Turkey world's second highest TV series exporter after US

Turkey has become the second highest exporter of TV series in the world after the US, with over $200 million annual exports to over 100 nations, says the head of exporters’ assembly Turkey is globally the second highest exporter of TV series abroad after the United States, and it plans to reach $2 billion from exporting cultural products by 2023, Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) head Mehmet

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