Engineering The New Turkey

Keay, Justin
May 2013
Global Finance;May2013, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p26
Trade Publication
The article provides an overview of the developments in Turkey. It highlights major infrastructure investments and improved economic strength in the country, regarded as two of a number of its positive developments. It explores the concerns regarding its economy, including the inflexible labor market, education system, and tax system. The confidence of Turkish officials on the appeal of the country as a foreign direct investment destination to grow once the global economy recovers is noted.


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