The value of Turkey’s exports to the Balkan countries during the first ten months of this year amounted to 17 billion and 286 million US dollars.
According to data from the Turkish Exporters Council, Turkey’s exports to the Balkan countries increased by 21.8 percent during the first ten months of the year compared to the same period last year.
She stated that the value of Turkey’s exports to the Balkans during the first ten months of the past year was 14 billion and 188 million dollars.
Data from the Turkish Exporters Council showed that Romania topped the Balkan countries importing Turkish products during the aforementioned period, with a value of $5 billion and $229 million.
Bulgaria came in second place with 3 billion and 763 million dollars, followed by Greece with two billion and 385 million dollars, and Serbia in fourth place with one billion and 434 million dollars.