Economist Mahifi Eaglemes has analyzed foreign trade data.
Leading economist Mahifi Eaglemes evaluated Foreign Trading data announced by TURKSTAT. Analysis of the truth behind data revealed in Benedict River.
Article by BBC:
"Turkey's Statistical Institute (TSI) New data export as Turkish export is increasing, with imports falling, so the trade deficit is low and the trade deficit reduces deficit.
First of all, we must use Turk Turk's data.
The increase in PSU exports compared to last year. On the other hand, imports appear to decrease, and as a result of this growth the foreign trade deficit is coming down.
Exports were at 22.4 per cent last month, 18.3 per cent and exports stood at 77.1 per cent, he said.
This view also reflects the export coverage ratio. In September, the import-export ratio increased to 88.5 percent, creating a record breaking record.
To look at the growth of growth from the perspective of developing at a glance, we need to take a closer look at the understanding of whether we have a little more detail.
Let's first define some of the ideas we use in this analysis:
Foreign trade deficit: This is the difference between exports and imports. If a country imports more value than the value of exporting goods, the remaining amount in that country is a foreign trade deficit. Turkey is an economics that is traditionally open trade. The external trade deficit widens higher economic growth, economic growth and revenue. A part of Turkey's production (about 65 percent) is due to imports. Economic growth, higher productivity, higher productivity, and further foreign trade deficit. Foreign trade is one of the key factors affecting foreign trade. If TL cuts in foreign currencies, dollars and dollars and euros in export and import currencies, exports increase and import drops.
Business terms: It is the amount of purchasing goods and the measurement rate of measurement. Compared to the price of goods purchased and sold for a certain period of time, the loss and profit of that period can be considered.
Value Index: This is an index for measuring the change in total export and import values. Base year dollars are used in calculations of price indices. The base year value index used by TurkStat is as 2010 = 100. If the index is 100, facts or imports are higher than the initial year.
Quantity index: The index indicates a change in the export and import volume. In this, the base year is calculated as 2010 = 100 and that the index 100 is lower than that of higher exports or imports than in the initial year.
Business system: Export Unit Index Index is the ratio of imported unit value index. Foreign trade is 100. Compared to the base year to sell at a lower price, foreign trade goods, the country's low cost for the country, and the situation against the country is less than 100.
On September 9, 2018, we will look at the summary of the Foreign Trade Index, which was released on November 9, 2018 by Turkey.
The export unit index index value declined to 2.3 percent from September 2013, according to data from the index. At the same time, the Export Unit Index Index increased by 2.6 per cent. In this case, each unit of exports will be importing less money and each unit.
In other words, the unit price index of Turkey and export commodities impounded the import unit price.
In this situation how is the export decrease of imports reduced? The answer to this question is also hidden in the indexes. Even though the exports index rose by 25.2 per cent, the index slid by 20.3 per cent.
Thus Turkey costs more goods.
According to the export unit index, the import unit Index Index, which was calculated as 106.6 in 2017, decreased from 1017 to 4.7 percent from September 2017 to September.
The value, quantity and the index were calculated together and the exports increased by selling more goods at a cheaper price. Importance is pressed. We made some money. "