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“EASTERN ANATOLIAN EXPORTERS WILL CROWN THEIR PERFORMANCE WITH A RECORD”

The exports made by the Eastern Anatolian Exporters’ Association (DAİB) member companies in November increased by 1.75 percent compared to the same month of the previous year and reached 227 million 191 thousand dollars.

According to the compilation made from the data of the Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM) and DAİB, in the month of November, products from the provinces of Ağrı, Ardahan, Batman, Bayburt, Bingöl, Bitlis, Erzurum, Erzincan, Elazığ, Iğdır, Hakkari, Kars, Muş, Siirt, Şırnak, Tunceli and Van were sent to 157 countries along with autonomous and free zones.

DAİB'den 227 milyon 191 bin dolarlık ihracat

The November exports of DAİB members, who made exports of 223 million 294 thousand dollars in this month last year, were recorded as 227 million 191 thousand dollars with an rise of 1.75 percent.

In the said month, the export of furniture, paper and forest products was 12 million 555 thousand dollars.

In November, DAİB member companies exported 4 million 782 thousand dollars in cereals, pulses, oil seeds and their products, 24 million 353 thousand dollars in fresh fruits and vegetables and 4 million 23 thousand dollars in fruit and vegetable products.

“We will crown our export performance with a record at the end of the year”

Ethem Tanrıver, Chairman of the Board of Directors of DAİB, who is also a member of the TİM Supervisory Board, stated that the exports of the region and the country have increased when they examined the export values ​​​​in recent months.

“I hope we will reach and exceed our export target of 2.5 billion dollars for 2021 before the end of the year. We will crown our export performance with a record at the end of the year,” Tanrıver added…

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