In the first two months of the year, the Ships, Yachts and Services Exporters Association (GYHIB) exported $57.2 million. The exports from the Union were $14.4m in February.
In the first two months of the year, the Istanbul Exporters’ Association (OIC) produced a gross export value of 1,17 billion dollars. Istanbul Exporters’ Association, which incorporates has seven unions, has exported goods to 175 countries and had a 4.1 percent share of the country’s exports.
Assessing the export reports, covering the first two months of 2021, Haluk Okutur, the Coordinating Ceo of IEA, mentioned, “As the Istanbul Exporters’ Association, we continue our path to enhance the diversity of our markets and achieve value-added and sustainable export. In the first months of the year, as the global impact of the pandemic continued, we continued to foster our exporters through our activities to boost our exports.
Ships, Yachts and Services Exporters Association (GYHIB), which is among the seven Unions within the IEA, hit $57.2 million in exports in the first two months of this year. The Association’s exports, which in January exported $42.8 million, declined to $14.4 million in February.