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Domestic Goods Certificates approved in January 2021 increased by 10.3% compared to January 2020

According to the Domestic Goods Communiqué (SGM 2014/35), which was prepared by the Ministry of Industry and Technology in accordance with Article 63 of the Public Procurement Law No. 4734 and published in the Official Gazette dated September 13, 2014 and numbered 29118, TOBB approved 1,464 Domestic Goods Certificates in January 2021.​

In January 2021, there are 1,427 Domestic Goods Certificates active in the system. Of the 1,427 documents active, 900 are high and medium-high-tech, and 527 are medium-low and low-tech.

Of the domestic goods documents approved in January, 391 were İstanbul, 226 in Ankara, 186 in İzmir, 90 in Tekirdağ, 88 in Adana, 62 in Konya, 45 in Antalya, 41 in Kocaeli, 35 in Bursa and 24 in Sakarya.

In January 2021, 1,464 Domestic Goods Certificates were approved, an increase of 10.3% compared to January 2020 (137). The total number of Active Domestic Goods Documents in the TOBB Domestic Goods Certificate Database was determined to be 15,532.

Source: The Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB)
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