Turkey’s foreign trade deficit reached to $2.23 billion in November, according to the country’s statistical authority on Tuesday.

The figure rocketed 232.2% on an annual basis last month, TurkStat said.

Turkish exports went up marginally 0.1% to $15.5 billion, while imports rose 9.7% to $17.7 billion in the same period.

The exports-to-imports coverage ratio fell to 87.4% in November 2019, while it was 95.8% in the same month last year.

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