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CEREAL AND PULSE EXPORTS CONTINUE TO INCREASE!

Announcing the export figures for July, Istanbul Cereals, Pulses, Oilseeds and Products Exporters’ Association (İHBİR) drew attention to the continuation of the increase in Türkiye’s grain and pulses exports.

In order for this increase to be permanent, Kazım Taycı, Chairman of the Board of İHBİR, advised exporters that they should not go into a state of complacency such as “We have orders inside, we are full enough”.

Istanbul Cereals, Pulses, Oilseeds and Products Exporters’ Association (İHBİR) announced the export figures for July.

Accordingly, the Turkish grain industry continued its upward momentum in exports. İHBİR’s exports in July rose by 22.40 percent compared to the same month of the previous year and reached 181.5 million dollars. While the exports of the grain sector in Türkiye in July reached 844.9 million dollars with a rise of 31.6 percent compared to the same month of the previous year, the exports of the country in the January-July period reached 6 billion 258 million dollars with a rise of 31.4 percent.

MOST EXPORTS TO THE USA

In July, the top three countries to which the grain industry exports the most were Iraq, the USA and Algeria, respectively, while the first three countries to which İHBİR exported the most in July were the USA, Yemen and Iraq, respectively.

Kazım Taycı

In terms of goods groups, the highest export was realized in other food preparations with 44.3 million dollars, sugar and confectionery products were in the second place with 41.7 million dollars and pastry products were in the third place with 30.1 million dollars. Iraq ranked first with 1 billion 251 million dollars in exports of the grain sector in Türkiye in the January-July period. Iraq was followed by the USA with 380.6 million dollars of exports and Syria with 320.3 million dollars.

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