One of the star sectors of export in Turkey after 2000

Published Jul 31, 2023

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Turkey's aquaculture sector has seen a significant increase in exports in the first half of 2023, reaching $829 million, a 9% increase from the previous year. Sea bass remains the most exported fish species, with sea bream, salmon, trout, and tuna also experiencing growth in exports. The top three countries for exports are Russia, Italy, and the Netherlands, and the provinces of Muğla, İzmir, and Istanbul contribute the most to Turkey's aquaculture exports.
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The first half report of 2023 in exports of seafood products, which is one of the star sectors of exports in Turkey after 2000, has been announced. The aquaculture sector, which brought 760 million dollars of foreign currency to Turkey in the January-June period of 2022, increased its exports by 9 percent to 829 million dollars in the first half of 2023. According to the data of Aegean Exporters' Associations; When fisheries exports are analyzed on the basis of quantity, the export of fisheries products, which was 117 thousand tons in the January-June period of 2022, reached 125 thousand tons with an increase of 7 percent in the same period of 2023. Sea bass is at the top of exports In the aquaculture sector, sea bass remained the most exported fish species with an amount of 263 million dollars, while sea bream exports increased by 10 percent from 195 million dollars to 215.7 million dollars. The export rate of Turkish salmon, which has been shining in recent years, has increased ...
Source: Kamu3
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