Aegean Exporters' Associations increased its exports by 10 percent to 1 billion 702 million dollars in June. Aegean exporters, who increased their exports by 2022 percent to 21 billion 9 million dollars in the first half of 276, transferred 21 billion 17 million dollars to Turkey with an increase of 934 percent in the last year. kazannagged.
Aegean Exporters' Unions Coordinator President Jak Eskinazi stated that EIB managed to increase its exports to 2022 countries and regions by reaching 207 different export markets in the first half of 135:
“Our exports to the European Union, which is our traditional trade partner and which puts green transformation at the center of the global agenda, reached a volume of 2022 billion 22 million dollars with an increase of 4 percent in the first half of 349. While our exports to 2022 EU countries increased in the first half of 23, the share of the EU in the total exports of the EIB was 46 percent, and the share of the European continent in our exports was recorded as 54 percent. Turkey ranks first as an alternative country in supply. However, not to miss this opportunity and to make it permanent; It is possible with our investments in sustainability, green energy, circular production and digitalization. For example; European countries aim to produce 10 million tons of green hydrogen by increasing their hydrogen investments and capacities, which will play an important role in the energy system of the future. Global demand for hydrogen is projected to exceed 2030 million tons by 210.
G7 countries make up 9,8% of the world's population and 43,4% of the world economy. The BRICS countries, on the other hand, constitute approximately 40 percent of the world's population and 25 percent of the world's gross domestic product.
The most concrete output of the G7 summit this year was the “Partnership Plan for Global Infrastructure and Investment”, which is an alternative initiative to the “Belt and Road” Project, which is described as “China's Silk Road”. At the BRICS Summit, which was held almost simultaneously with the G7, the “Global Development and South-South Cooperation Fund” was created. Economic alliances that will shape the future of humanity; It proceeds on the sustainable development agenda under the headings of climate change, health, gender equality, green energy and digitalization. As EIB, we increased our exports to G7 countries by 2022 percent in the first 6 months of 19, to 3 billion 437 million dollars, and to BRICS countries by 10 percent to 503 million dollars. In line with these developments that change the infrastructure of the world economy, we need to determine new strategies.”
In the first six months of 2022, Eskinazi continued his words as follows:
“The Turkish Republics became the region where we increased our exports the most, with an increase of 55 percent, with 159 million dollars. 22 billion 1 million dollars were sold to the American countries with an increase of 84 percent, and 30 billion 1 million dollars of products were sold to the Middle East countries with an increase of 30 percent. We exported 37 million dollars to African countries with an increase of 787 percent. We exported 17 million dollars to other European countries with an increase of 674 percent, 419 million dollars to the former Eastern Bloc countries, and 4 million dollars to the Free Zones with an increase of 156 percent.
In the first half of 2022, Germany remains in first place with an increase of 17 percent with $997 million. In the first half, the USA ranks second with an increase of 28 percent with 758 million dollars, while the United Kingdom is among our third trade partners with which we export the most, with an increase of 11 percent with 542 million dollars. Our exports to Italy increased by 19 percent to 562 million dollars, to Spain by 19 percent to 491 million dollars, to the Netherlands by 25 percent to 390 million dollars, to France by 9 percent to 372 million dollars, to Belgium by 36 percent to 265 million dollars. We moved to Israel with an increase of 22 percent to $242 million, and to Romania with an increase of 69 percent to $222 million.
As EIB, when our exports with Far East countries are examined; In the January-June period, we exported 120 million dollars to China, 23 million dollars to Japan with 63 percent acceleration, 26 million dollars to South Korea, 14 million dollars to Hong Kong and 6 million dollars to Taiwan. In South Asia, we increased our exports to India by 176% and reached 122 million dollars. We raised 44 million dollars to Pakistan, 50 percent to Bangladesh, 20 million dollars, 30 percent to Sri Lanka, 11 percent to Afghanistan. In the Asia-Pacific region, our exports increased by 45 percent to Malaysia, 7 percent to Singapore, and 28 percent to Thailand.”