The Turkish Exporters Council said that Turkey’s exports to Libya from January to the end of October 2022 exceeded 2 billion dollars.
According to the Council’s figures, Turkish exports to Libya increased by 3.3% in 2022 compared to the same period last year, with the value of exports amounting to 2 billion and 24 million dollars.
Anadolu News Agency cited the Head of the Turkish-Libyan Business Council, Murtaza Karanfil, as confirming that there are greater potentials to increase Turkish exports to Libya, adding that grain and legumes, furniture, textiles and ready-made clothes the most exported goods by Turkey to Libya during the first ten months of 2022.
The Head of the Turkish-Libyan Business Council said that the rapprochement in political relations positively affects Turkey’s trade and investment relations, indicating that the agreements signed by the two countries will have an important role in trade and investment relations, and will have positive results soon.
Source: Libya Observer