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Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EIB) will organise national participation in 13 fairs and 13 sectoral trade delegations in 2024.

The Aegean Exporters’ Associations, brought Türkiye 18.5 billion dollars in export foreign currency in 2023, will promote Turkish export products at fairs to be held all over the world in 2024 and will bring exporters and importers together in bilateral business meetings with sectoral trade delegation and buyer delegation organisations.

Aegean Exporters’ Associations, which is among the Class A fair organisers with the authorisation of the Ministry of Trade, will organise the Turkish National Participation Organisation of 13 international fairs from ready-to-wear to organic, from food to saddlery, from marble to shoes in 2024 with its 85 years of experience.

Jak Eskinazi, Coordinator Chair of the EIB, stated that they will market Turkish export products in 13 fairs, two of which are organic 5 in the food sector, 4 in the ready-to-wear sector, 2 in the footwear and leather goods sector and 2 in the natural stone sector and that they have already planned 13 sectoral trade delegations in addition to the fairs and that feasibility studies are underway to increase sectoral trade delegations in 2024.

Eskinazi also underlined that in addition to the European countries where Türkiye’s exports are robust, they are orientated towards markets in line with the Ministry of Trade’s Far Countries Strategy.

“In the European Union, our largest export market, we will take our place in 7 fairs, 3 in Germany and two each in France and Italy. In addition, within the scope of the Far Countries Strategy of our Ministry of Trade, we will organise national participation in 2 fairs in the United States of America, 2 in China, 1 each in South Korea and Japan, which are our target markets. In 2024, we aim to reach an export target of 20 billion dollars with our marketing activities,” Eskinazi added…

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