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“WE ROLL UP OUR SLEEVES TO INCREASE THE SUSTAINABILITY COMPETENCE OF OUR EXPORTERS”

Press release… Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) roll up its sleeves to increase the sustainability competence of 8 thousand exporters EIB organizes Sustainability Days… Climate changes in the world in recent years have brought humanity to focus more on sustainable, green production. Leaving a healthy and livable world for future generations …

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THE TARGET OF AEGEAN EXPORTERS FOR 2021 IS 15 BILLION DOLLARS…

The Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB), which increased its exports to 1 billion 257 million dollars with a rise of 14 percent in December, left 2020 behind with an export amount of 13 billion 4 million dollars. In 2020, the agricultural exports of EİB members rose by 4 percent to 5 …

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ESKİNAZİ: AEGEAN EXPORTERS SET A NEW TARGET WITH GREEN PRODUCTION IN 2021

Press release… Aegean exporters set an export target of 15 billion dollars with green production in 2021… Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) Coordinator Jak Eskinazi said that optimistic scenarios came to the fore in 2021 after the vaccine for the Covid-19 virus was found. Eskinazi stated that they are preparing to …

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JAK ESKİNAZİ: THE FOURCE BRINGS A NEW EXPANSION TO OUR FOOD EXPORTS

Press release… The first virtual food exhibition organised by the Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EIB) with the supports of the Ministry of Commerce and Turkish Exporters’ Assembly (TİM) between the dates of November 23 to 27, brought together all stakeholders in the food sector. The Fource virtual food fair, where 53 …

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E-COMMERCE MARKET TO REACH 6.5 BILLION DOLLARS IN 2022…

Press release… E-commerce market will reach 6.5 trillion dollars in 2022… Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) Koordinator Jak Eskinazi said the e-commerce sector can grow rapidly with SMEs (Small and medium enterprises), which are the backbone of the economy and that e-export will develop with the transition of SMEs to e-commerce. …

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THE FOURCE VIRTUAL FOOD EXHIBITION OPENS ITS DOORS TO VISITORS…

Press release… The Fource brings the world food industry together… Organized by the Aegean Exporters’ Associations, The Fource opened its virtual doors to its visitors. All players of the world food industry will come together on The Fource platform, where 53 Turkish food companies open stands. The Fource virtual food …

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AEGEAN EXPORTERS OBTAIN THE FIRST ‘ZERO WASTE CERTIFICATE’ IN TURKEY…

Press release… Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) became the first exporters’ associations to receive a “Zero Waste Certificate”. Declaring the year 2020 as the “Year of Sustainability” with the aim of leaving a more livable and green world to future generations, Aegean Exporters’ Associations crowned the “Sustainability Year” by obtaining a …

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JAK ESKİNAZİ: İZMİR SHOULD BE A ‘FREE CITY’ SO AS TO ALLURE RCEP’S INVESTMENTS

Press release… When 15 Asia Pacific countries, including world giants such as China, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Australia and Malaysia, came together and signed the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) agreement, now it is time to format the rules of trade in the world. Aegean Exporters’ Associations Coordinator Chairperson Jak …

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JAK ESKİNAZİ: GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS TO BE RESTRUCTURED

Press release… Supply chains are changing to include a new set of laws on the prevention of child labour, human rights, the environment and protection of nature. According to Jak Eskinazi, Coordinator Chairman of Aegean Exporters’ Associations, fair trade in the global supply chain will be decisive for the welfare …

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TURKISH FOOD EXPORTERS SET AN EXPORT TARGET OF 1 BILLION DOLLARS TO CHINA…

Press release… Turkish food exporters participated in China International Import Expo (CIIE) 2020, which was held for the 3rd time this year in the People’s Republic of China, one of their biggest target markets, where they exported 226 million dollars with a 63 percent increase in exports in 2019 and …

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