World Bulletin/News Desk
Turkey's northwestern Bursa city exported 884.9 million USD of textile & garment products in the first six months of 2012.
The exports from Bursa in ready-made clothing and garment dropped 6.29 percent, while it rose 9.98 percent in textile in the mentioned period.
Total export figure of textile, ready-made clothing and garment sectors increased from 844.6 million USD in first half of 2011 to 884.9 million USD in first half of 2012.
According to figures of Uludag Exporters' Associations, textile export rose 9.98 percent from 574.3 million USD in the first half of 2011 to 631.6 million USD in the first half of 2012.
Ready-made clothing and garment export decreased 6.29 percent from 270.3 million USD to 253.3 million USD in the mentioned period.
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