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    Turkey-China trade turnover grows by $12 million

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    11/26/2019 6:13:05 AM

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    In September 2019, the trade turnover between Turkey and China grew by $12 million, compared to September 2018, and exceeded $1.7 billion, Trend reports referring to the Turkish Trade Ministry.

    Turkey's exports to China amounted to over $224.4 million, while imports from China exceeded $1.5 billion.

    From January through September 2019, Turkey-China trade turnover decreased by over $3.7 billion, compared to the same period in 2018, and amounted to $15.1 billion.

    Moreover, in the first nine months of 2019, Turkish exports to China amounted to just under $1.9 billion, while imports from China slightly exceeded $13.2 billion.

    Turkey's foreign trade in September 2019 amounted to $32.1 billion.

    In September 2019, Turkish exports grew by 0.08 percent compared to September 2018, and amounted to $15.2 billion.



    Imports to Turkey increased by 0.15 percent and reached $16.9 billion.

    From January through September, Turkey's foreign trade amounted to $286.4 billion.

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    Ik snap het trouwens wel.
    Als Turkije China zou boycotten, helpt dat natuurlijk helemaal niets en de zakenwereld is ook een manier om in gesprek te blijven wat betreft dit soort zaken.

    Alleen je moet dan niet gaan roepen dat je de hoeder der moslims in de wereld bent.

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    Citaat Geplaatst door AboubakrSiddiq Bekijk reactie
    Turkey-China trade turnover grows by $12 million


    https://menafn.com/1099329537/Turkey...-by-12-million
    En wat hebben jouw arabzion broeders voor geweldigs gedaan dat je continu met Turkije bezig bent....
    Hun achterwerk verkocht aan jullie amerikaanse pooiers?

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    Het valt me op dat jij er altijd bent om een moslimgroep of moslimland zwart te maken op momenten dat dat land of die groep in Europese en Amerikaanse media zwart gemaakt worden

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    Leaked Documents Reveal How China Controls Muslim Minority Detention Centers
    Monday, 25 November, 2019 - 11:00
    A Chinese police officer takes his position by the road near what is officially called a vocational education center in Yining in Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, China, Sept. 4, 2018. (Reuters)
    Asharq Al-Awsat
    Leaked government documents uncovered how China governs life in the network of internment camps in Xinjiang, where an estimated one million Uighurs and other mostly Muslim minorities are held.

    Obtained by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and published by 17 media outlets worldwide on Sunday, the documents show the strict protocols that controls life in the "vocational education centers" in the region, reported AFP.

    The leak comes one week after The New York Times reported, based on more than 400 pages of internal papers it had obtained, that Chinese President Xi Jinping ordered officials to act with "absolutely no mercy" against separatism and extremism in a 2014 speech following a Uighur militant attack on a train station.

    The latest leak consists of a list of guidelines for running the camps approved by Xinjiang's security chief in 2017, along with intelligence briefings that show how police use data collection and artificial intelligence to select residents for detention.

    Referring to detainees as students who must "graduate" from the camps, the guidelines lay out how staff should manage their day-to-day lives, such as by ensuring "timely haircuts and shaves", while also emphasizing that detainees are barred from having cellphones, according to an English translation of the memo posted by ICIJ.

    "Students... may not contact the outside world apart from during prescribed activities," the memo reads, adding that staff should "strictly manage students requesting time off."

    If indeed the so-called students "really need to leave the training center due to illness or other special circumstances, they must have someone specially accompany, monitor and control them."

    The memo says inmates should be judged based on a points system that measures "ideological transformation, study and training, and compliance with discipline."

    "There must be full video surveillance coverage of dormitories and classrooms free of blind spots, ensuring that guards on duty can monitor in real time, record things in detail, and report suspicious circumstances immediately," it adds.

    According to the memo, "students" must stay in detention for at least one year, though that rule was not always enforced, former inmates told ICIJ.

    The Chinese embassy in London denied such documents existed, telling the Guardian, one of the partners in publishing the memos, they were "pure fabrication and fake news". https://aawsat.com/english/home/arti...ention-centers

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    For a long while, Turkey was the exception to this silence on China’s actions in Xinjiang. Most notably, Ankara decried the detention of Uighurs in “concentration camps” as a “great cause of shame for humanity”. But since then, Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government has enacted a U-turn: focused on trade talks with Beijing, the Turkish president refrained from signing the 22 states’ letter condemning the repression in Xinjiang.

    “There is a lot of sympathy for the Uighurs in Turkey, but the reality is that Erdogan needs China as an ally for economic reasons and to counteract the West’s diplomatic pressure on issues like Syria,” said Rémi Castets, a political scientist specialising in China at the Bordeaux-Montaigne University. It’s a matter of “realpolitik”, he continued. https://www.france24.com/en/20191127...mps-repression

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    Citaat Geplaatst door JamalRandstadd Bekijk reactie
    Het valt me op dat jij er altijd bent om een moslimgroep of moslimland zwart te maken op momenten dat dat land of die groep in Europese en Amerikaanse media zwart gemaakt worden
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    Erdogan is heel duidelijk: Eigen volk eerst!

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    Turkey targets to export US$1 billion food products to China by 2023 as trade soars

    By Guan Yu Lim

    04-Dec-2019 - Last updated on 04-Dec-2019 at 01:10 GMT
    Turkey targets to export US$1 billion food products to China by 2023 ©Getty Images
    Turkey targets to export US$1 billion food products to China by 2023 ©Getty Images

    Related tags: Turkey, China, Food exports
    Turkey has set its sight on exporting US$1 billion worth of food products to China over the next three years.

    Current food exports to China grew by 86% in the first 10 months of 2019, totalling US$205 million, compared to US$110 million in the corresponding period last year.

    The data was released by the Aegean Exporters' Association​ (EİB).

    According to Birol Celep, vice president of EİB and chairman of the Aegean Dry Fruit and Products Exporters Association, China remains a priority and one of Turkey’s biggest export markets.
    Fruity dreams​

    "China has a fruitarian culture, meaning it is a community that loves fruit,” ​he said.​

    “The Chinese have a habit of consuming fruit rather than sweet things. We want to use this potential very well,​

    “Food exports to China have increased, especially in dried fruits and nuts. Turkey needs to take advantage of this situation​."

    According to data from the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat), dried fruit exports to China rose 131% to US$18 million this year, compared to US$8 million in 2018.

    Similarly, fruit and vegetable products exports saw a 70% increase, to reach US$25 million this year. Fresh fruit and vegetable exports rose to US$3 million, on the back of cherry exports this year.

    Olive oil exports also grew 16% to reach US$0.76 million.

    Hazelnuts and hazelnut products continue to make up the bulk of food exports to China, achieving US$71 million in 2019, which was more than double (107%) from 2018 (US$34 million).

    In seafood and animal products, Turkey exported US$29 million to China this year, compared to US$6.8 million in the same period last year.
    Far East​

    Celep added that promotional activities for the Chinese market would continue in the coming months. Most recently in August, EİB launched an account on Chinese social media platform, WeChat, for marketing purposes.

    In early November, 54 Turkish companies, mainly dried fruits, olive oil, fruits, vegetables, aquaculture and animal products exporters attended the second China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai.

    Celep said bilateral talks between EİB and executives from Cofco Sundry, a Chinese agri-products supplier took place.

    Touching on the importance of the expo in promoting relations between both countries, he added: “There will be a signing ceremony (with the Deputy Trade Minister Gonca Yılmaz) with the participation of our two companies. China as a country now looks at us warmly​."
    https://www.foodnavigator-asia.com/A...as-trade-soars

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    Citaat Geplaatst door JamalRandstadd Bekijk reactie
    Het valt me op dat jij er altijd bent om een moslimgroep of moslimland zwart te maken op momenten dat dat land of die groep in Europese en Amerikaanse media zwart gemaakt worden
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    Citaat Geplaatst door Djengiz Bekijk reactie
    .
    ga spelen jij

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    Citaat Geplaatst door JamalRandstadd Bekijk reactie
    En wat hebben jouw arabzion broeders voor geweldigs gedaan dat je continu met Turkije bezig bent....
    Hun achterwerk verkocht aan jullie amerikaanse pooiers?
    Sommige zijn daar ook nog heel trots op.
    pas met het zeggen van Godverdomme.
    Godverdomme is een vloek die je over jezelf uit spreekt letterlijk betekent het god verdoem mij.

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    Sommige zijn daar ook nog heel trots op.
    Ik denk niet dat hij de vijand is van de Umma.

    Alleen is het zo dat men loyaliteit verruilt voor slaafsheid. En dat zie je bij veel Erdogan aanhangers, die bijna een Kim Yong Un achtige vorm gaat aannemen.

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    Isolated Turkey unable to speak out for Uighurs – scholar

    Dec 06 2019 06:23 Gmt+3
    Last Updated On: Dec 06 2019 06:30 Gmt+3

    Turkey has done a U-turn on the Chinese Uighur Muslims’ quest for autonomy and now refuses to speak out for the endangered minority because it seeks an alliance with China, German scholar Susanne Schröder told German state broadcaster Deutsche Welle.

    Turkey cannot afford to make an enemy of China because it has alienated itself from its Western allies, said the scholar, who heads the Frankfurt Research Centre on Global Islam.

    Turkey was once a leading advocate for China’s Uighurs, a Turkic minority who have long sought autonomy from the Beijing government and have faced repression as a result.

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan “even spoke of a genocide in 2009. He supported the Uighur independence movement for a long time, he received its leaders in Turkey, approved asylum status for Uighurs and allowed their political activities,” Schröder said.

    But Erdoğan’s government has changed course in recent years, despite the emerging reports of severe repression coming from China.

    Activists and media outlets say the Chinese government has detained as many as 3 million Uighurs in what it calls re-education camps, described by many as modern day concentration camps. Uighurs say they have been targeted for their religious beliefs. Beijing denies these reports and says it is addressing extremist ideologies in the camps.

    “The Turkish Foreign Ministry gave the message it was toughening its stance on Uighur exiles in 2017. Their demonstrations and political activities are no longer allowed. In fact, some have been arrested,” Schröder said.

    “Erdoğan even praised Beijing’s minority policies when he visited China in summer,” she said.

    Turkey’s U-turn has come about as its foreign and domestic policies lost it friends in the West and left it in need of Chinese backing, said the scholar.

    “Besides that, Turkey’s economy is in trouble and it has a need for good trading relations. Turkey’s own human rights record is also beginning to affect its economic relations with the West,” Schröder said. “But China doesn’t care one bit if Erdoğan is repressing the opposition.”

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