EXPORT DEVELOPMENT – HOW TO EXPORT
According to statistical reports, exports increased from €71 million in 2010 to approximately €89 million in 2013, and are predicted to increase up to €94 million by end 2014.
Based on Cyprus Turkish Chamber of Industry data, low technology products make up 99.85% of exports from the northern part of Cyprus. In 2012, the agro-industrial sector made up 54% of exports followed by the agriculture sector (30%) and industrial products (16%). Noted products exported are: dairy products, citrus, potatoes, artichokes, various other vegetables, fruit concentrates, alcoholic beverages, poultry products, and scrap metal and garments.
The following needs to be considered if you intend to export:
- A Practical Guide on How to Export – SECOND PROJECT
- International Trade Training Programme – SECOND PROJECT
- Exhibition Training Programme – SECOND PROJECT – Presentation
- Turkish Cypriot Chamber of Commerce (TCCC), Green Line Trade – http://www.ktto.net/turkce/yesilhatticaretib.html
- TCCC, Green Line Trade Application Form – http://www.ktto.net/turkce/mensebasvuru.pdf
- Cyprus Turkish Chamber of Industry, Export Catalogue – http://kibso.org/index.php/tr/2012-05-14-07-42-07/2012-05-14-07-59-50/ihracat-birimi/ihracat-katalogu.html
- Economic Interdependence Project /Cyprus Producers Network/ Business Directory (UNDP ACT) – http://www.cpnnet.net/business-directory/the-directory
- Cyprus Turkish Chamber of Industry, Export Report 2012 – http://www.kibso.org/index.php/tr/2012-05-14-08-26-42/raporlar.html