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Turkey's Energy Import Bill Up 26 Percent in May

Turkey's energy import bill increased by 26 percent to nearly $3.68 billion in May from nearly $2.92 billion for the same month last year, according to Turkish Statistical Institute's (TurkStat) data released on Friday.

The data shows that Turkey's overall import bill reached $22.65 billion last month, with energy accounting for 16.24 percent.

The country's crude oil imports showed a 29.7 percent decrease over the same period compared to May 2017, TurkStat said.

Turkey imported approximately 1.80 million tons of crude oil last month, down from 2.56 million tons for the same period last year.

(Anadolu Agency, 29/06/2018)

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