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Turkey's Energy Import Bill Up 16.1% in April

Turkey's energy import bill increased by 16.1 percent to nearly $3.11 billion in April from nearly $2.68 billion for the same month of 2017, according to Turkish Statistical Institute's (Turkstat) data Thursday.

The data shows that Turkey's import bill in April reached $20.55 billion, out of which energy accounted for 15.13 percent.

Additionally, the country's crude oil imports showed a 37.9 percent decrease in April compared to the same period of 2017.

Turkey imported approximately 1.47 million tonnes of crude oil in April, down from 2.38 million tonnes for the same period in 2017.

(Anadolu Agency, 31/05/2018)

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