Apple resumes sales to Turkey


Apple has resumed sales by raising the prices of its own products in the Turkish market by an average of 25%.

The company was forced to suspend sales through its official website in the country due to the sharp depreciation of the lira, Report said. Earlier this week, Apple products were sold in Turkey at a lower price than in the United States.

The exchange rate of the Turkish lira against the US dollar has decreased by 80 percent since the outset of the year. Thus, the exchange rate, which was 7.3 TL/USD in January, reached 13.15 TL/USD on November 24 and stabilized at 12 TL/USD yesterday.


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