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2003-2010 Donemi Dis Ticaret Fiyat Artislarinin Sektorel Kaynaklari

  • Altan Aldan
  • Murat Ungor

[TR] Dis ticaret fiyat degisimleri her bir sektorde gozlenen fiyat artislari ve sektorlerin dis ticaret icinde degisen agirliklarina bagli olarak ifade edilebilir. Bu iki faktorun katkilarini incelemek dis ticaret hadlerinin dinamiklerinin daha iyi anlasilmasina yardimci olabilmektedir. Bu not, Turkiye icin 2003-2010 doneminde ihracat ve ithalat fiyatlari degisimlerinin sektorel kaynaklarini, ekonomiyi olusturan ana sektorler ve onlarin alt sektorlerine ait bilgileri kullanarak basit bir analiz yardimiyla incelemektedir. Ana metal sanayi ihracat fiyat artislarina en cok katkida bulunan sektor olup gozlenen ihracat fiyat artisina yuzde 21,9’luk bir katki yapmaktadir. Kok komuru, rafine edilmis petrol urunleri ve nukleer yakitlar ise ithalat fiyat artislarina en cok katkida bulunan sektor olup gozlenen ithalat fiyat artisina yuzde 15,1’lik katki yapmaktadir. [EN] Foreign trade price changes can be expressed by both price increases within individual sectors and reallocation of foreign trade between sectors. An understanding of the dynamics of aggregate foreign trade price changes requires insight into the contributions of these two effects. This note provides a glimpse of the sectoral sources of price changes in Turkish exports and imports between 2003 and 2010 conducting a simple analysis using information coming from different sectors of the Turkish economy. Manufacture of basic metals (21.9 percent in total) contributes most to the export price increases. Manufacture of coke, refined petroleum products and nuclear fuel (15.1 percent in total) adds most to the import price increases.

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Paper provided by Research and Monetary Policy Department, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey in its series CBT Research Notes in Economics with number 1118.

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