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Turkey expects that America will not end its trade preferential treatment

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Turkey expects that America will not end its trade preferential treatment Empty Turkey expects that America will not end its trade preferential treatment

Post by rocky Sat 04 May 2019, 2:35 am

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The Turkish embassy in Washington said Turkey expects the United States will not implement a decision to end its preferential trade deal under a program that allows Turkish exports to enter the United States without customs.
The US Trade Representative said in early March that Turkey no longer had the right to participate in the program of the system of "generalized preferences" because it is "economically advanced enough."
The Turkish embassy said in a statement on Saturday that "we have on several occasions informed the American side of our expectations of abandoning any measures that hinder mutual trade in order to achieve the goal set by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Donald Trump for the volume of bilateral trade between Turkey and the United States of $ 75 billion "He said.
"The continued failure to implement the decision to end the classification of our country in the system of generalized preferences," the statement said.End quote



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