Development of foreign trade and production in furniture hardware sector in Turkey
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CitationDilik, T., Kılıç, U., and Kurtoğlu, A. (2018). Development of foreign trade and production in furniture hardware sector in Turkey. In İ. Aydın, E. D. Gezer (Eds.), The International Forest Products Congress (pp. 332-338). Trabzon: Karadeniz Technical University
Nowadays, the birth and spread of modern electro-furniture equipped with technology as a necessity of modern trends and global trends have increased the importance of furniture accessories. In this study, accessories that give functionality and prestige to the furniture and contribute to the quality, aesthetics and beauty at the same time, industrial production and foreign trade as the development of the structural situation in Turkey in this field have been investigated. In this context, the development of the sector present results of the study conducted on furnishing accessories manufacturer in Turkey last 10 years foreign trade (exports-imports) was evaluated in the framework of the data. Material and technological development level of world standards, some product groups have shown that an equivalent structure of Turkey accessory industry; (45.4%) in terms of catching up and implementing the development trends in the world furniture sector and being in a market environment open to unfair competition conditions (35.6%). As a result, the general problems of the sector study essentially both product groups, identified as undefined as well as industry groups stems from a sector effect in achieving the strategic objectives of Turkey's furniture sector, was also making suggestions for the improvement of international competitiveness of taking accessories industry into consideration.
SourceThe International Forest Products Congress
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