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Turkish 2022 trade deficit leaps 138% to $110.2 billion -ministry By Reuters


© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Trucks and shipping containers are pictured at Haydarpasa port in Istanbul, Turkey, April 18, 2018. REUTERS/Yoruk Isik

ISTANBUL (Reuters) – The Turkish trade deficit widened 138.4% from the previous year to $110.19 billion in 2022, the Trade Ministry said on Monday, with exports rising 12.9% to $254.2 billion and imports jumping 34.3% to $364.4 billion.

In December, the trade deficit widened 52% from a year earlier to $10.381 billion, with exports up 3.1% to $22.92 billion and imports rising 14.6% to $33.30 billion.


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