President Erdogan: Turkey Breaks Records in Exports in 2022
President Erdoğan announced at the Turkish Export Assembly meeting that exports increased by 12.9 percent in 2022, breaking the record in the history of the Republic. After these words, Erdoğan was applauded for a long time by those in the hall.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan spoke at the Turkish Export Assembly meeting, where foreign trade figures for 2022 were announced. Providing important information about the foreign trade figures of 2022, President Erdoğan said, “In 2022, exports broke the record of the history of the Republic with an increase of 12.9 percent.”
“OUR GOAL IS TO BRING OUR COUNTRY TO THE LEVEL OF CONTEMPORARY CIVILIZATIONS”
In the continuation of his statements, President Erdoğan said, “We are opening the first day of exports, which is the beginning of our century in Turkey, with our family. We worked with the aim of ‘to bring our country to the level of modern civilizations’.
Now there is a Turkey that has moved its horizons from its region to the global dimension. There is a Turkey that can develop and implement its own policies in every field.
“ONE OF THE AREAS WHERE WE GET THE FASTEST RESULTS IS EXPORT”
Export is one of the areas where we have achieved the most tangible results on this path we set out with big dreams in the economy. The share of our country in world exports exceeded 1% for the first time. Ongoing investments, increasing employment to 31 million, increasing exports, contributing to the country’s economy… It is not easy to achieve all these. Turkey has now become a country that manages crises and turns them into opportunities.”
“WE BROKEN THE EXPORT RECORD IN 2022”
In 2022, our exports increased by 12.9% and reached 254.2 billion dollars. This figure is the record of our Republic history. Our goal is to ensure that Turkey takes its place among the top 10 exporting countries in the world. We have exceeded 21 billion dollars out of an average of 3 billion monthly exports. The number of provinces exporting more than 1 billion dollars increased from 5 to 24. The number of countries and regions we export to in our national currency has reached 197.