Turkey's foreign trade deficit falls 55.6% in April
Turkey's foreign trade deficit in April fell 55.6% year-on-year, the country's statistical authority announced on May 31.
Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK) said the foreign trade deficit in April totaled $2.98 billion, improving from a $6.71-billion deficit a year ago.
Last month, Turkey's exports hit $14.48 billion -- up 4.6% on a yearly basis -- and imports dropped to $17.46 billion with an annual decline of 15.1%.
"In April 2019, exports coverage imports was 82.9% while it was 67.4% in April 2018," TÜİK said.