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JAK ESKİNAZİ: 2022 WILL BE A GOLDEN YEAR FOR AEGEAN EXPORTERS

Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) increased its exports by 26 percent in 2021 and achieved an export of 16 billion 325 million dollars. While 11 of the 12 exporters’ Associations scaled up their exports compared to 2020, one Association lagged behind its performance last year. Jak Eskinazi Aegean Exporters’ Associations, at …

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“WE ARE NOT ABLE TO GIVE A PRICE AND ACCEPT ORDERS!”

Press release… Exporters, who brought 225 billion dollars foreign exchange to Turkey in 2021 and contributed 68 percent to the 7.4 percent growth in the third quarter, came to the point of not being able to give their customers a price or take orders for 2022 due to the extreme …

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AEGEAN AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS REACH 545 MILLION DOLLARS IN NOVEMBER…

Press release… Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) realized an export of 1 billion 437 million dollars in November with an increase of 19 percent. Jak Eskinazi In the January-November period, the export of EİB, which brought 14 billion 766 million dollars to Turkey with an increase of 26 percent, reached 16 …

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EXPORT OF AEGEAN AGRICULTURE SECTORS EXCEEDS 5 BILLION DOLLARS…

Press release… Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) Coordinator Chairperson Jak Eskinazi said that the agricultural sectors have been strongly represented in the export pattern of the Aegean Exporters’ Associations throughout its 82-year history. Jak Eskinazi Eskinazi announced that the agricultural sectors within the EİB exceeded 5 billion dollars for the first …

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JAK ESKİNAZİ: FOOD EXPORTS TO CHINA EXCEEDED 300 MILLLION DOLLARS

Press release… 86 percent increase in food exports to China… Exports from Turkey to China soared by 29 percent from 2 billion 115 million dollars to 2 billion 727 million dollars in the January-October period of 2021. The food exports of the Turkish food industry to China rose by 86 …

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JAK ESKİNAZİ: FREIGHT PRICES MAKE TURKEY LUCRATIVE

Press release… Pointing out that the focus of importers, especially from Europe and the USA, to Turkey instead of the Far East, due to the post-pandemic freight and raw material prices, had a positive effect on the export figures, Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) Coordinator Chair Jak Eskinazi expressed that they …

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AEGEAN EXPORTERS REACH TO 202 COUNTRIES AND REGIONS IN 9 MONTHS!

Press release… Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) increased the exports to Asian and Oceania countries by 39 percent… The share of the European continent in EİB’s exports reached 54 percent… Aegean Exporters’ Associations, which reached its year-end export target of 15 billion dollars 5 months in advance with its export strategy …

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JAK ESKİNAZİ: WE NEED GREEN INVESTMENT MOBILISATION

Press release… The bill regarding the ratification of the Paris Climate Agreement was accepted unanimously in the General Assembly of the Parliament (Grand National Assembly – TBMM) and entered into force after being published in the Official Gazette. Jak Eskinazi Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB) Coordinator Chair, Jak Eskinazi, reminded that …

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TURQUALITY PROJECT TO INCREASE THE MARKET SHARE OF TURKISH FOOD PRODUCTS…

Press release… Under the umbrella of Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EİB); Aegean Cereals, Pulses, Oil Seeds and Products Exporters’ Association, Aegean Dry Fruits and Products Exporters’ Association, Aegean Furniture Paper and Forest Products Exporters’ Association, Aegean Fisheries and Animal Products Exporters’ Association, Aegean Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Exporters’ Association and Aegean …

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AEGEAN EXPORTERS’ ASSOCIATIONS JOIN FORCES OF COMPANIES FOR SUSTAINABLE FOOD!

Press release… Aegean food exporters, who process the flavours grown in the plains, mountains, forests and seas of Turkey and reach billions of people all over the world and catch an annual export figure of 5.5 billion dollars, are trying to increase their sustainability competencies in food exports with the …

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