Turkey's exports to France reduced slightly in 2012 compared to the previous year and its imports from France increased slightly in the same period. Trade volume between Turkey and France was 12,569,315 euros in 2012 whereas this figure was 12,625,783 euros in 2011, according to the statistics of Paris Embassy Office of the Commercial Counsellor. While Turkey's exports to France were worth 5,667,073 euros, Turkey's imports from France were worth 6,902,242 in 2012. Airplanes, automotive supply products, automobiles, iron and steel products, plastic products, pharmaceutical products, engines and organic chemicals are on top of the list of France exports to Turkey.
Automobiles, underclothing, leather clothing, white goods and textile products are on the top of the list of Turkey's exports to France.
Turkey is 12th among the countries France makes exports to the most and 15th among the countries France imports the most.