More than 313 million dollars of foreign currency inflow was achieved in Turkey's aquaculture exports in 9 months

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Published Oct 30, 2023

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Turkey's aquatic products exports in the first 9 months of this year reached $313 million, an increase of $28.3 million compared to the same period last year. The Russian Federation was the top destination for salmon exports, while France and South Korea took the lead in anchovy and sea snails exports respectively. There is a need for packaging and processing facilities to further increase the export of aquatic products, and Gürdoğan suggests establishing a Fisheries Organized Industrial Site to export fully finished products with higher added value.
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While 313 million 343 thousand 154 dollars of foreign currency was obtained from Turkey's aquatic products exports to approximately 35 countries in the first 9 months of this year, 284 million 996 thousand 683 dollars were obtained from exports in the same period the previous year. Exports of salmon, anchovies and sea snails from Turkey in January-September this year increased by 28 million 346 thousand 471 dollars compared to the previous year, reaching 313 million 343 thousand 154 dollars. In the first 9 months of this year, the Russian Federation ranked first in salmon exports with 177 million 913 thousand 657 dollars, while in anchovy exports France took the first place with 3 million 672 thousand 95 dollars, and in sea snails the Republic of South Korea took the first place with 6 million 949 thousand 27 dollars. In the 9 months of this year, 289 million 225 thousand 785 dollars, equivalent to 43 million 612 thousand 377 kilograms of foreign currency inflow was provided in ...
Source: Iha
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