Turkish exports up in March
Imports climb to $21.4B in March, a 12.77 percent year-on-year increase, according to Customs and Trade Ministry
Turkey's exports in March totaled $15.5 billion, an 8.01 percent rise compared with the same month in 2017, according to provisional data of the Ministry of Customs and Trade on Monday.
The imports climbed 12.77 percent to over $21.4 billion, amounting to a foreign trade deficit of nearly $5.8 billion over the same period, the ministry's data bulletin showed.
The country's foreign trade volume reached $37.21 billion in March this year, an annual rise of 10.71 percent, according to the data.