Greek exports to Turkey increase to 277 million euros in June 2014
The Office of Economic and Commercial Affairs of the Greek embassy in Ankara has announced that the value of Greek…
The Office of Economic and Commercial Affairs of the Greek embassy in Ankara has announced that the value of Greek exports to Turkey have increased to 277 million euros in June 2014.
According to the official statement, Greek exports marked a significant increase of 31.1% since June 2013, when the value of exports was about 211.2 million euros. Furthermore, the value of imports from Turkey increased by 10.4% for a total of 91.2 million euros in June 2014, from 82.66 million euros in 2013.
About 74% of Greek exports to Turkey in June were oil products, with a total value of 228 million euros, which were up 35.7% since June 2013. Most other exports to Turkey either increased or remained stable, with the exception of cotton (which dropped to 2.2 million euros). Other exports included plastics (11.2 million euros) , aluminum (5.4 million euros), boilers and mechanical equipment (6.2 million euros).