President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced Turkey's latest salvo Tuesday, saying his country will boycott USA -made electronic goods and turn to other manufacturers including South Korea's Samsung or Turkey's Vestel. "In our own country we have Vestel", said Erdogan.
"If [the US] has the iPhone, there's Samsung on the other side", Mr Erdogan said, referring to Apple and its South Korean competitor.
It's not clear how Erdogan would enforce the boycott, the AP noted.
President Erdoğan said Tuesday that Turkey will impose a boycott against USA electronic products amid an ongoing and deepening rift between the two North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies over a number of issues.
The exchange value of the lira has fallen about 40 percent against the USA dollar since January.
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The retaliatory actions come after the Trump administration doubled tariffs on Turkey's steele and aluminum imports last week.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said the United States had seen "no evidence that Pastor Brunson has done anything wrong".
Lavrov held talks in Ankara with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu days after the Turkish lira TRY= plummeted to an all-time low versus the USA dollar, while the Russian rouble RUB= lost almost 10 percent in just several days of August.
"Together with our people, we will stand decisively against the dollar, forex prices, inflation and interest rates".
Turkey and the US have been locked in a heated crisis emanating from unjust sanctions and the actions of Trump, as Washington levied sanctions on Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu and Justice Minister Abdulhamit Gül for not releasing American pastor Andrew Brunson, who faces terrorism charges in Turkey.
Trump administration sources say further sanctions against Turkey are under active consideration.
USA sanctions against Turkey recently sent the country's currency, the lira, into free fall.
While policy makers have hiked lending rates by 500 basis points this year to 17.75 percent, they're under constant pressure from Erdogan to keep rates low because he thinks it's better for the economy.
Ankara has repeatedly said the case is up to the courts and a Turkish judge moved Brunson from jail to house arrest in July. They also said Turkey should work to resolve the situation with the United States diplomatically while also improving relations with another major trading partner, the European Union.