Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that his country has attracted international direct investment worth $225 billion since 2003.
This came in his assessment of the “Turkey’s International Direct Investment Strategy 2021-2023”, according to a statement by the Investment Office of the Turkish Presidency, Tuesday.
Erdogan added that the mentioned strategy serves as a road map for attracting international direct investment into the country and enhancing the added value of the Turkish economy.
He stressed their determination to promote economic growth and improve the investment climate in Turkey, by attracting more of them.
He pointed out that the international investment strategy revealed by the Turkish presidency aims mainly to raise the country’s share in the international direct investment market, by 1.5 percent, by 2023.
Erdogan praised Turkey’s investment opportunities, pointing to its great potential in the field of production and workforce, as well as its strategic location and logistical infrastructure.
He explained that Turkey is located in a region where, via a 4-hour flight, it is possible to reach countries with a population of 1.3 billion people and a total market value of $26 trillion.