The Export Expectation Index increased by 2.6 points for the second quarter of the year compared to the previous quarter. The index, which was standing at 105.7 points, rose to 180.3 points, according to the Economy Ministry's Foreign Trade Expectation Survey (DTBA). In the Export Expectation Index survey, the questions about expected export orders for the next three months and the export order level in the last three months was observed to move the index up while the questions about export expectations and current export order levels move the index down. The Import Expectation Index, on the other hand, increased by 9.5 points to reach 105.5 points for the second quarter of the year compared to the previous quarter. The index stood at 96 points in the second quarter. In the Import Expectation Index survey, the questions about import expectations and import unit price expectations for the next three months and the import order level in the last three months were observed to move the index up, while the questions about the current import order levels moved the index down. As a result of these effects, the index decreased by 4.8 points for the second quarter of 2015 compared to the same quarter of previous year.
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