TURKEY: Textile/Clothing Chiefs Eye $13bn Exports
Clothing chiefs in Turkey have revealed they expect garment and textile exports to jump significantly this year to more than $13 billion, with around two thirds of that figure seen as apparel exports. Umut Oran, director of the Association of Turkish Clothing Industrialists', said the outlook is based on interim results which saw nine month clothing exports surge to $6.7bn from $5.6bn in the year-ago period.
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