Green line trade on the rise

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Green line trade on the rise
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Turkish Cypriots saw a 20% rise in goods sold to Greek Cypriots over the first four months of 2017, in comparison with the same period last year.

According to a Turkish Cypriot Chamber of Commerce (KTTO) report, Turkish Cypriot sales to the south of the island via the Green Line have reached €1,678,831 from January to the end of April.

The monthly income average from trading with the Greek Cypriots for the first four months of 2017, amounts to €417,707 when the first four months are compared. The monthly average comes as a continuation of a five year trend.

In 2013 the average monthly sales to the south were worth €284,000, in 2014 €340,000. But 2015 saw a lull in the trend with income from trading with the south dropping to €276,000, only to pick up again in 2016 with sales reaching €347,000.

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Green line trade on the rise

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