Turkish Auto Sector Records Rising Exports To European Union
Automotive Exports|October 2019
The automotive sector, the engine of Turkish exports, achieved $1.3 billion in exports to European Union countries in August, an increase of nearly 10% compared to the same month last year.

According to the UludaÄŸ Automotive Industry Exporters Association (OIB) and Turkish Exporters Assembly (TÄ°M), the Turkish automotive industry raised its exports by 8.4% in August compared to the same period last year.

With a 13% share in Turkish exports, the automotive industry ranked first again and reached the second-highest August export figure in its history, achieving the highest growth rate of 2019 with 8.4%.

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