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Turkish Trade Ministry organizes virtual trade delegation program with India amid COVID-19 crisis

As part of the virtual global business fairs amid Coronavirus-triggered crisis, the Turkish Trade Ministry is going to organize a virtual trade delegation program with India from June 15 to June 19.

This would cover tobacco, olive oil, oilseeds, cereals, pulses, fruits, food and non-food fast consumption products, agricultural machinery, along with nuts and products, dried fruits and products, aquaculture and animal products and ornamental plants and products.

Notably, the first virtual trade delegation was organized with Uzbekistan between May 13-15, while the Virtual Agricultural Machinery Fair “Agrivirtual” will be held on June 22-26.

India, the second-most populous country in the world, has a fast-growing market holds great potential for Turkey’s exports.

Notably, the first virtual trade delegation was organized with Uzbekistan between May 13-15, while the Virtual Agricultural Machinery Fair “Agrivirtual” will be held on June 22-26.

It is worth mentioning that Turkey’s exports to India stood at $1.2 billion, while its imports from the South Asian nation was around $7.5 billion in 2018. The key export commodities to Turkey include rice, yarn, motor vehicles accessories, tractors, cotton, antibiotics, among others from India.

Editorial Desk at Agrigate.Global

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