Turkey's Wholesale Exports Entered A New Structural Transformation Process!
Turkey has become important to both qualitative and quantitative terms for Global wholesale markets.
In line with the policies implemented as part of the export-led development model followed since 1980, importing from Turkey has become important to both qualitative and quantitative terms for Global wholesale markets.
Starting in particular in 1980 and continuing up to the mid-1990s, significant developments had been observed in the market share held by labor-intensive industrial products such as textiles and clothing, iron and steel, and foodstuffs.
In 1996, following the establishment of a Customs Union with the European Union, Turkey's exports entered a new structural transformation process. Developments in recent years show that production and exports have increased substantially in high-technology sectors, where goods include electrical and electronic machinery and equipment, as well as in the automotive industry. In this respect, it can also be observed that the export market share of manufactured industrial products has increased.
Turkey's Membership in International Trade Organizations
Turkey has been a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) since 1995. The country’s commitment to integrating regional and international trade norms can be seen in its participation in and membership of various organizations, including the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO), the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC), the World Customs Organization (WCO), the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), D-8, and various other organizations.
In addition to the Customs Union with the EU, Turkey has signed Free Trade Agreements (FTA) with Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Chile, Egypt, Faroe Islands*, Georgia, Ghana*, Iceland, Israel, Jordan, Kosovo*, Lebanon*, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mauritius, Montenegro, Moldova*, Morocco, Norway, Palestine, Serbia, Singapore*, South Korea, Switzerland and Lichtenstein, Syria (pending), Tunisia. (*to be ratified).
HOW ALAGHA & COMPANY CAN HELP YOU IMPORT WHOLESALE FROM TURKEY?
Alagha & Company's network of large and trusted suppliers can cater to your requirements, large or small. We carefully choose the suppliers we work with and closely examine the products they make, we make sure that the products we sell to our B2B partners are licensing/inspection-ready for import. Our team of experts will work with you to simplify and quickly fulfill your order while supporting your firm with all documentation and samples for testing & certification prior to having your main order shipped.
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