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CHICKEN MEAT PRODUCTION UP WHILE EGG PRODUCTION DECREASES…

In November 2021, egg production decreased by 3.7 percent compared to the previous month, also decreased by 3.9 percent compared to the same month of the previous year and shrunk by 2.4 percent in the January-November 2021 period compared to the same period of the previous year. Turkey Statistical Institute …

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TURKISH FOOD INDUSTRY CONSISTS OF 15 PERCENT OF INDUSTRIAL SALES…

15 percent of the sales of industrial products in Turkey is from the food industry! Food industry products accounted for 14.2% of the sales made from the goods produced by enterprises in 2020. According to the assessments of TÜİK, 14.2% of the sales made from the goods produced by the …

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AGRICULTURAL INPUT PRICE INDEX GOES UP BY 17.52 PERCENT…

The agricultural input price index (Agriculture-GFE) increased by 17.52 percent on an annual basis and 2.72 percent on a monthly basis in December 2020. Turkey Statistical Institute (TURKSTAT), announced that data related to agriculture GFE-December 2020 period. Accordingly, the index increased by 2.72 percent in December 2020 compared to the …

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ONE THIRD OF TURKISH BIOTECH ENTERPRISES ENGAGES IN AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY…

The number of enterprises carrying out activities in biotechnology reached 363 in 2019, the country’s statistical authority announced Friday. Research and development (R&D) expenditures of the enterprises in 2019 rose to around 324.5 million Turkish liras ($57.13 million), which was nearly 276 million Turkish liras ($57.2 million) in the previous …

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NUMBER OF CATTLE, SHEEP AND GOATS REACHES 74 MILLION…

The number of ovine and bovine animals reached to 73.7 million, according to TURKSTAT (Turkish Statistical Institute). According to the data of TURKSTAT’s “Animal Production Statistics”, the number of cattle in the first half rose 4.2 percent to 18 million 615 thousand head, in the same period ovine number increased …

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