Coronavirus Affected Most Exporter

Coronavirus Affects Most Exporters
Coronavirus Affects Most Exporters

Turkey Exporters Assembly (TIM), according to data released by the April exports 45 per cent of exports of Eskisehir on the previous month, while the total in the first four months showed a 12 percent decline.


Eskişehir Organized Industrial Zone Chairman rare Earring, Turkey Exporters Assembly (TIM) rated Eskisehir and export figures for April, released by Turkey. President Küpeli said, “We started to see the effects of coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic on our exports and economy more clearly as the data of April started to be announced. Turkey Exporters Assembly (TIM), according to figures from Eskişehir's April exports amounted to 49 million dollars. However, in March of the previous month, our exports were 89 million dollars. Our exports declined by 45 percent in one month period, and our exports decreased by 40 million dollars within a month due to the difficulties in customs and export-oriented logistics, and most importantly, the coronavirus effect in the EU countries where we export. At the same time, Eskişehir's first 4-month export total decreased to $ 313 million, and in the first 2019 months of 4, our exports were $ 356 million. The rate of loss in our first 4-month export was 12 percent. ”

President Earring doing the negative impact on the exports of our country coronavirus, said: "In Turkey we count by the month of April, exports amounted to 8 billion 993 million dollars. On a monthly basis, our exports have decreased by 28 percent. Our exports were $ 2019 billion in April 14. Our country's total exports for the first four months of this year amounted to 4 billion 47 million dollars. In 640, this figure was 2019 billion 54 million dollars. Our first four-month exports decreased by 969 percent compared to the previous year due to the impact of the epidemic and especially the problems experienced in our export markets. ”

"We hope that things will improve as soon as possible in global trade," said President Küpeli, "Our industrialists continue to produce and work with great dear these days when we have had a truly extraordinary period. However, especially our cities with intensive export oriented industry and production such as Eskişehir are highly affected by this situation. We hope that things will improve in global trade as soon as possible. The sooner the economy and the domestic markets recover in the countries we export to, we will become in a position to export more. Hopefully, I believe that our exports will regain their pace by loosening the measures taken in many countries within a month or two, ”he said.



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