Turkish car exports to Israel to jump

By GLOBES
January 20, 2013 08:56

 
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Despite Israel's cool diplomatic relations with Turkey, Israeli imports of Turkish assembled cars has continued unabated, reaching almost 18,000 cars in 2012, for an aggregate value of hundreds of millions of dollars.

The numbers will grow, as new models assembled in Turkey, with potential sales of thousands of units in Israel, begin arriving in 2013 and early 2014.

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