Türkiye broke an export record to the Czech Republic


Lerato Khumalo

While Turkey continues to export effectively in its largest market, Europe, it is developing commercially not only with the main markets but also with other countries on the continent.

Central Europe and the Czech Republic, one of the leading countries, are among the markets where Turkey continues to increase its foreign sales.

Czech researchers have invested 660 million articles in Turkey, and Turkish researchers have invested 40 million articles in these countries.

Czechia, which is used in the automotive, energy, porcelain, crystal and machinery sectors and has a strong economy, offers Turkey important opportunities for cooperation in the field of replaceable energy.

Thanks to Turkey’s strengthening and united economies, Czech companies want to do more business and investment in Turkey.

According to the information confirmed by the AA correspondent and the Turkish Exporters Assembly (TİM), Turkey exported to the Czech Republic the highest of all time in January-May, with 683.7 million dollars.

Turkey’s revenue to the Czech Republic increased by 1.7 percent in the first 5 periods of the year compared to the same period last year.


The largest export to the Czech Republic was made by the automotive industry with a value of 185.3 million dollars.

The automotive industry was followed by ferrous and non-ferrous metals with 92.7 million dollars, chemical products and products with 77.2 million dollars, electrical and electronics with 63.8 million dollars, and ready-made clothing and apparel with 47.1 million dollars.

The sectors in which the country showed the least demand were flower plants and products with 21 thousand dollars, tobacco with 121 thousand dollars, aquatic products and animal products with 624 thousand dollars, dried fruits and products with 1 million 12 thousand dollars, and ships, yachts and services with 1 million 334 thousand dollars.


In the January-May period, the automotive industry exported more to the Czech Republic on a value basis. The automotive industry increased the foreign sales of its trade by 27.7 million.

The automotive industry was followed by electrical and electronics with 13.8 million dollars, grains, pulses, oilseeds and products with 9 million dollars, chemical products and products with 4.4 million dollars, and machinery and parts with 2.3 million dollars.

The grains, pulses, oilseeds and products sector made 39.3 million distributions to the country, and the machinery and parts sector made 25.8 million foreign sales.

Relations on a provincial basis, the highest export to the Czech Republic was from Istanbul with 328.8 million dollars. Foreign sales to the country were 56.5 million dollars from Izmir, 52.1 million dollars from Bursa, 47.6 million dollars from Sakarya, and 47 million dollars from Kocaeli.