Greek product exports are expected to fall in 2015, the Federation of Northern Greece Exporters (SEBE) said in September. In a report, SEBE said that the introduction of capital controls in the country exacerbated an already difficult situation and were having very heavy consequences on the country’s exports. with industrial production and exports projected to fall further in the coming months.
Specifically for Turkey, Greek exports rose 11.38% (excluding oil products) in the January-July period this year to 423.64 million euros, compared with the same period in 2014.
Imports from Turkey (excluding oil products) totaled 542.42 million euros up 2.19% from last year.