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Malatya’s apricot declared to be Turkey’s first certified fruit

Trade with TurkeyThe apricot has become the first fruit in Turkey to be certified by the Turkish Accreditation Agency (TÜRKAK), according to a written announcement made by the Malatya Governor's Office on Monday.


New EU chapter, new page in Turco-Franco trade ties?

There is no doubt that EU candidate Turkey and one of the union's "big guys," France, have wasted a great deal of time going due to certain political tensions.

This was mostly caused by the latter's provocations on such sensitive issues as EU accession and the claimed Armenian "genocide," with Turkey overreacting to such.


Developing economies seek Turkish know-how at TUSKON summit

Trade with TurkeyOver 5,000 business people from 130 countries met in İstanbul on Thursday for the annual "Turkey-World Trade Bridge" summit, seeking to deepen ties between Turkish and foreign firms in the construction, textile and furniture industries.


Agriculture exports near $5 billion in four months

Agricultural and food exports "put a smile on people's faces" despite low seasonal production levels, the head of the head of the Turkish Chambers of Agriculture Union (TZOB) Şemsi Bayraktar said yesterday.


Foreign trade deficit plunges 27 pct in April

Trade with Turkey Turkey's exports increase by 6.8 percent, reaching $12.6 billion in April, while imports fall by 8 percent to $19.3 billion, according to official data. The data shows success in export market diversification, says Economy Minister Çağlayan.