June 09, 2024
The impact of the Turkish-Israeli trade crisis on the region

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Recently, trade relations between Turkey and Israel have been shaky. Although Turkey and Israel have had a free trade agreement for many years, Turkey announced that it would stop all trade with Israel, to which Israel responded that it intended to abolish the free trade agreement and also impose additional 100% tariffs on imports from Turkey. This crisis will not only affect the two parties, but possibly also EU traders.
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