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Turkish exports to OPEC countries see sharp rise in 2012

Turkey's exports to members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) increased by 74 percent in 2012 in comparison to numbers from the previous year and hit nearly $38 billion, according to data from Turkey's statistics authority.


Turkey targets boosting UAE trade volume to $50 bln

Trade with TurkeyEconomy Minister Zafer Çağlayan on Monday said the current level of trade between the United Arab Emirates and Turkey has not reached its potential and that trade volume should be increased to $50 billion from its current $11.8 billion.


'Unpopular' Turkish goods scoring export success

Turkey last year earned $306 million from the sale of products that are not widely consumed domestically, according to data from the Forestry and Water Affairs Ministry.

The exports of the products, such as snails, capers and frogs' legs, made around $42.44 million, while exports of other products under the category "non-wood products" amounted to $306.1 million in 2012.


Exports rise 5.6 pct in January, trade group says

Trade with TurkeyTurkish exports rose 5.6 percent year-on-year for January, totaling $11.25 billion that month, the Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) reported on Friday.


Greek exports to Turkey triple since crisis

Trade with TurkeyTurkey has become a major export market for crisis-hit Greece, whose exporters have tripled trade to growing Turkish markets since the start of Greek financial woes in 2008.