TURKEY: Bursa Province Increases Textile Exports
Textile exports from the Bursa province have increased by 12.2 per cent during January 2001 compared to the same period last year, according to reports from the Anadolu News Agency.
Exports for the month increased from $33.8m in January 1999 to $37m in 2001.
Figures released by the Uludag Exporters Union revealed that the province exported its textiles to 66 countries and autonomous regions, with the majority going to Germany, Italy, the US, Britain and Egypt.
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