Turkey achieved high economic growth during the last quarter of last year by 9.1%, to be the largest among the so-called “Group of Twenty”, the largest economy in the world.
Turkey achieves high economic growth
According to the data of the Turkish Statistical Authority and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the domestic outcome reached an average of 4.9% for all GCC countries.
Turkey ranked third among the Economic Council countries
After each of “Colombia with a rate of 10.7% and then Israel Occupation with a rate of 9.2%.”
Turkish growth at the end of last year reached 11%.
The past year witnessed Turkey achieving very important records in its history.
It was able to snatch the first place as the best seller of real estate in Europe, with a number of properties amounting to one million and 500 thousand units.
The United Kingdom ranked second with 1.3 million real estate units.
While it was able to cross 225 billion exports for the first time in its history at the end of last year,
The number of importing countries from Turkey reached more than 192 countries around the world.
Reasons why Turkey achieved high economic growth?
The reasons for the economic progress of countries in general are due to several things, the most important is the availability of natural raw materials that help the country in producing important industries for the world.
This is something that no one disagrees with , that Turkey is among the most important countries around the world in possessing natural resources.
Turkey overlooks more than 5 international and local seas, the Sea of Marmara, the Mediterranean and the Black Sea.
Within these seas are hidden natural treasures of liquefied gas and other natural materials.
Turkey also has an important geographical location as it sits on the continents of Asia and Europe.
And the two seas are separated by the Bosphorus Strait, one of the most important landmarks that feed the Turkish economy thanks to the ships passing through it daily to and from the Black Sea from the Sea of Marmara.
The population of Turkey has reached about 90 million
This number contributes greatly to achieving the desired renaissance by the Turkish government, reaching the expected centenary year 2023
It has made several achievements at the international level.
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