So. Mai 19th, 2024

Israel dazu – Statement der Israel- Botschaft in Irland aus 2022:

Director of the Foreign Trade Association Ohad Cohen: “Turkey is a significant foreign trade economy for Israel. Current exports to Turkey are centralized and there is great potential for their expansion. The two countries have a free trade agreement that facilitates significant access for exporters to the market. The reopening of the economic attaché for joint activity will help realize the potential inherent in cooperation, for the benefit of both countries.”

Trade statistics 

According to the Foreign Trade Administration, mutual trade of goods and business services between Israel and Turkey in 2021 stood at $7.7 billion, an increase of about 30% compared to 2020. The volume of goods exported to Turkey in 2021 was about $1.9 billion (about 34% of Israeli exports to Euro-Asia and other European countries), a 30% increase compared to $1.4 billion in 2020. Israel exports to Turkey mainly chemicals (52%), base metals (14%) and rubber and plastic (10%) and imports from Turkey base metals (27%), machines and electrical and mechanical machinery (11%), transport products (9%) and even fresh agricultural produce (7%). According to the Foreign Trade Administration, the balance of trade is inclined towards Turkish exports to Israel, which stood at $5.7 billion, while Israeli exports to Turkey amounted to $2 billion.​

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