Automotive Exports reached 2,2 Billion Dollars in July

automotive exports became billion dollars in july
automotive exports became billion dollars in july

Uludag Automotive Industry Exporters' Association (PA) of Turkey's automotive industry exports in July fell 24 percent, according to data compared to the same period last year but increased by 2020 percent compared to June 9,2 period. Automotive, which exported $ 2020 billion 2 million in June 16, increased to $ 2 billion 201 million in July, an increase of 9,2 percent compared to the previous month.


OİB Chairman of the Board of Directors Baran Çelik: “In addition to the continued impact of the Covid-19 outbreak in July, the decrease in the number of workdays was 4 days due to the holiday. In addition, we normally continue to increase exports normally, and rank first in the country's exports. ”

Uludag Automotive Industry Exporters' Association (PA) of Turkey's automotive industry exports in July fell 24 percent, according to data compared to the same period last year but increased by 2020 percent compared to June 9,2 period. The automotive sector, which exported $ 2 billion 16 million in June, when the new normal started, increased by $ 2 billion 201 million in July, an increase of 9,2 percent compared to the previous month.

The industry, which ranks first in the country's exports with the July data, reached 14,7 percent of the total exports. The sector's exports in the first seven months of the year decreased by 28,7 percent to approximately 13 billion dollars.

OİB Chairman of the Board of Directors Baran Çelik said, “In addition to the continued impact of the Covid-19 outbreak in July, the decrease in the number of working days due to the holiday holidays was effective. In addition to this, we are successfully maintaining our new export over 4 billion dollars in terms of value. ”

The supply industry is $ 820 million

In July, Supply Industry exports on the basis of product groups decreased by 7 percent to $ 820 million. Exports of passenger cars decreased by 29 percent to $ 808 million, while exports of motor vehicles for goods transportation decreased by 35 percent to $ 312 million and bus-minibus-midibus exports decreased by 21 percent to $ 162,8 million.

While exports to Germany, the country with the highest export volume in the Supply Industry, decreased by 12,44 percent, exports to the second-ranked United States increased by 10 percent. Exports to Italy in the third row also increased by 1 percent. Exports of 9 percent to Romania, 6 percent to the UK, 26 percent to France, 36 percent to Spain, 4 percent to Poland, 55 percent to Morocco and 62 percent to Hungary. increased.

In July, there were 27,5 percent exports to France, 13 percent to Germany, 38 percent to Italy, 35 percent to the UK, 22 percent to Poland, and 44 percent to Spain, respectively, in passenger cars. 7 percent increase in exports to Egypt, 25 percent increase in Egypt. Taiwan, Greece, Denmark, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates were other countries with an increase in exports.

In motor vehicles for the transportation of goods, there was an increase of 48 percent to Slovenia, 54 percent to Belgium, 78 percent to Australia, 827 percent to Mexico and 355 percent to Ukraine. There was an 18 percent decrease in exports to France, 43 percent to the UK, 51,5 percent to Italy and 24 percent to Germany.

In the Bus-Minibus-Midibus product group, there was a 6,6 percent decrease in exports to France, 47 percent to Italy, 44 percent to Germany, 1,271 percent to Norway, 6,522 percent to Hungary and 4,339 percent to Georgia. it was.

Exports to Germany decreased by 23 percent

Exports to Germany, the largest market, decreased 23 percent compared to the same month of the previous year and reached 317 million dollars. While it was 27 million dollars with a 283 percent decrease to France, exports to Italy, which is the third largest market, decreased by 34 percent to 178 million dollars. In July, among the top 10 countries in the export ranking, exports only to Slovenia increased, while the rate was 18 percent.

Exports to the EU fell 28 percent

In July, the European Union Countries ranked first in exports with a 72 percent share and 1 billion 592 million dollars on country basis. Exports to EU Countries fell 28 percent. In the seventh month of the year, 34 percent increase in exports to the Far East Countries and 18 percent to the Oceania Countries was experienced.



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