Qatar has strengthened its ties with Turkey since the crisis began and the trade results proves just that.
The chairman of Arab-Turkish Businessmen Association in Istanbul (ARTIAD), Jamal al Din Kareem said that the economic relations saw a growth after the crisis, as the Turkish exports to Qatar increased by 15 percent last month, while the mutual investments touched $35 million.
Turkish imports from Doha, including products and goods increased 51.5 percent in June, compared with June 2016, with food products leading the growth, Kareem said.
He added that the exchange of official visits have improved the economic relations, especially in activating trade exchange and encouraging mutual investments and tourism in the two countries.
There has been an increase in mutual visits, which resulted in signing of economic agreements and joint-economic meetings between chambers of commerce and businessmen of the two nations.