Turkey's arms exports hit 1.3 bln USD...

Turkey's arms exports hit 1.3 bln USD in 2012

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Defence Observer

London, UK

#1 Jan 20, 2013
Turkey's defense equipment exports reached 1.3 billion U.S. dollars in 2012, marking a 43-percent increase from the amount of defense-related exports in 2011, Turkish Daily News reported Sunday.

The United States ranked No.1 by purchasing 490 million U.S. dollars worth of defense products from Turkey over the year 2012, followed by the United Arab Emirates with 101 million U.S. dollars, while Saudi Arabia came third with 99 million U.S. dollars in purchases.

Other major defense equipment buyers of Turkey included Russia, Britain, Italy, Germany, France and Iraq.

Turkey broke an all-time exports record last year with 151.9 billion U.S. dollars, in which arms sales made a substantial contribution. Endi

Since: Sep 12

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#2 Jan 20, 2013
Don't forget to shoot your own legs with your war toys......hahahahaha Ignorant illiterates warmongers....hahahahaha
London Observer

London, UK

#3 Jan 20, 2013
Jasmin32 wrote:
Don't forget to shoot your own legs with your war toys......hahahahaha Ignorant illiterates warmongers....hahahahaha
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Hossssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhh beeeeeeeeeee
Who is DOG is this?
London Observer

London, UK

#4 Jan 20, 2013
Rachel

Banchory, UK

#5 Jan 20, 2013
Defence Observer wrote:
Turkey's defense equipment exports reached 1.3 billion U.S. dollars in 2012, marking a 43-percent increase from the amount of defense-related exports in 2011, Turkish Daily News reported Sunday.
The United States ranked No.1 by purchasing 490 million U.S. dollars worth of defense products from Turkey over the year 2012, followed by the United Arab Emirates with 101 million U.S. dollars, while Saudi Arabia came third with 99 million U.S. dollars in purchases.
Other major defense equipment buyers of Turkey included Russia, Britain, Italy, Germany, France and Iraq.
Turkey broke an all-time exports record last year with 151.9 billion U.S. dollars, in which arms sales made a substantial contribution. Endi
Ok cut and paste cretin, here's a simple arithmetic test for you:

Based on your own propaganda, what percentage of turkey's "all time exports record of 151.9 billion U.S. dollars", was the "substantial contribution of arms sales"?.........

Too difficult yes????

The answer is about .86%, you won't understand what that means, so lets just say less than 1% or less than one hundreth.

Malaka moron

R

London Observer

London, UK

#6 Jan 20, 2013
Rachel wrote:
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Ok cut and paste cretin, here's a simple arithmetic test for you:
Based on your own propaganda, what percentage of turkey's "all time exports record of 151.9 billion U.S. dollars", was the "substantial contribution of arms sales"?.........
Too difficult yes????
The answer is about .86%, you won't understand what that means, so lets just say less than 1% or less than one hundreth.
Malaka moron
R
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Why don’t you apply for a finance minister job for Greece or Greek Cyprus?
Two of them bankrupt they could do with a smart arse like you. Don’t bother to apply for TRNC you wont get the job.
Aristodimos

United States

#7 Jan 20, 2013
Rachel wrote:
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Ok cut and paste cretin, here's a simple arithmetic test for you:
Based on your own propaganda, what percentage of turkey's "all time exports record of 151.9 billion U.S. dollars", was the "substantial contribution of arms sales"?.........
Too difficult yes????
The answer is about .86%, you won't understand what that means, so lets just say less than 1% or less than one hundreth.
Malaka moron
R
To add an insult to the injury for this malaka,when Turkey orders helicopters from Sikorski at United Technologies,they sign an agreement to produce the tail of the helicopters in Turkey!!!!!

They do the same for United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.

The Turks call it part of their military industry,they only do parts just like Mexico,Philippines and Indonesia.
Aristodimos

United States

#8 Jan 20, 2013
London Observer wrote:
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Why don’t you apply for a finance minister job for Greece or Greek Cyprus?
Two of them bankrupt they could do with a smart arse like you. Don’t bother to apply for TRNC you wont get the job.
I think you need a psychological evaluation.Your sickness is beyond repair.Go see a psychiatrist.
London Observer

London, UK

#9 Jan 20, 2013
Aristodimos wrote:
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I think you need a psychological evaluation.Your sickness is beyond repair.Go see a psychiatrist.
Re BELLO GAVUR only thing works in Greece is the CLOCKs, nothing else. Thats why they are all in Germany cleaning toilets.
Aristodimos

United States

#10 Jan 20, 2013
London Observer wrote:
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Re BELLO GAVUR only thing works in Greece is the CLOCKs, nothing else. Thats why they are all in Germany cleaning toilets.
What Turks do in Germany,France and Holland,malaka?
Shish kebab,Doner kebab,dish washers,butchers,waiters,taxi drivers,cooks,hashish users,opium,drug dealers,prostitution......

Greeks are one of the most educated and economically successful ethnic groups in USA,Canada,Australia,Great Britain and Europe.

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#11 Jan 20, 2013
London Observer wrote:
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Hossssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhhh beeeeeeeeeee
Who is DOG is this?
Mprrrr oust.........hahahahaha since you are not able to speak in English I speak to you in your languge.....hahahahaha
London Observer

London, UK

#12 Jan 20, 2013
Aristodimos wrote:
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What Turks do in Germany,France and Holland,malaka?
Shish kebab,Doner kebab,dish washers,butchers,waiters,taxi drivers,cooks,hashish users,opium,drug dealers,prostitution......
Greeks are one of the most educated and economically successful ethnic groups in USA,Canada,Australia,Great Britain and Europe.
Greeks are educated and successful?
Tell me why Greece and Greek Cyprus are in a such mess?
Aristodimos

United States

#13 Jan 20, 2013
London Observer wrote:
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Greeks are educated and successful?
Tell me why Greece and Greek Cyprus are in a such mess?
That is a temporary situation.Every country goes through these ups and downs.Its a normal phenomenon when you live in a democratic and free society.USA goes through the same thing.

Greece and Cyprus will find their way out too.All they have to do is to change their economic system and keep opportunists and parasites like the Turks out of it.

Since your a malaka,why you don't move to Turkey?

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#14 Jan 20, 2013
The economic mess that you are talking about, is still 3 times better than you,!!! that think that you are in your best economic situation ever!!!!....hahahahaha

GDP Per capita Nominal

Cyprus 30,670

Turkey 10,498

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