Turkey Review is keeping an eye on the rising players, sectors, opportunities, and trends shaping the future of Turkey.
Turkey’s annual consumer price inflation will reach to 23.5 percent in 2018 from 11.9 percent in 2017, according to the Central Bank of Turkey.
Turkey’s annual GDP per capita has reached its highest ever rate $12,542 in 2013. The country’s GDP per capita growth has slowed down since 2013.
Turkey has registered an impressive economic development since 2001. However, the country’s economy is showing signs of a slowdown.
In 2017, Turkey attracted $10.8 billion in foreign direct investment, $7.45 billion of which was equity investment inflow.
Turkey faces some competition for its status as an aviation hub but it maintains the advantage, and its new airport is set to redraw the world aviation map.
With digital services enhancing the lives of people around the world, the Internet economy is projected to reach $4.2 trillion in the G-20 countries by 2017. With its impressive growth...
Here is a snapshot of why maritime sector plays a strategic role in Turkey’s economic development plans.