The debate "Turkey is buying too many stuff from Russia" was started by
March 22, 2014, 11:48 pm.
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JohnnieWalker, Ormazul, yvettemorgan67 and 8 visitors agree.
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Turkey is buying 11.3% of all the foreign products and services from Russia. That is too much for any country.
I don't know exactly what things they are buying from Russia but Turkey needs to buy less things from Russia if we want peace.
Europe and the United States of America should invest a few millions in Turkey and open factories that can build some of the things they need.
Over time, imports from Russia would drop to 9% and if some of those things can be exported from Turkey to other countries currently buying those things from Russia you can actually turn a profit.
Turkey cannot increase sales by $20 billion on its own. They need some help from the United States of America and Europe.
We cannot just build 100 factories that sell $200,000,000 overnight but maybe we can build 10,000 small factories that sell just $2,000,000