Turkey’s trade deficit in shoes increases

Turkey's shoe exports rose by 29.5 percent in volume in 2011 to 92.64 million pairs. In U.S. dollars, the value of exports went up by 11.5 percent to $441.30 million. The country has a market share of 0.37 percent of global shoe exports, according to data released by the Turkish ...

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