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ASK-Turkish-Economy-GrowthThe Turkish economy has achieved striking average annual growth of 5% throughout the 2003-2013 period. During these ten years, Turkey was one of the countries to recover most quickly from the global economic crisis, and has been one of the least affected by recent economic uncertainties. Economic growth for 2013 was 4%.
As of 2013, Turkey is the world’s 16th largest economy, and 6th in Europe.

ASK-Number-of-Foreign-CompaniesinAs of the end of January 2014, 31.136 foreign capital companies and branches were established, and 6.110 domestic capital companies have benefited from international contributions. 37.246 foreign capital companies in total are active in Turkey.
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As of the end of January 2014, 31.136 foreign capital companies and branches were established, and 6.110 domestic capital companies have benefited from international contributions. 37.246 foreign capital companies in total are active in Turkey.
Looking at the distribution of 37.246 foreign capital companies according to country group, it can be seen that European Union countries lead the way. Among EU countries, Germany comes first with 5.677 companies, followed by the UK with 2.646 companies, and the Netherlands with 2.300 companies.
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Turkey’s export and import figures for 2013 are as follows:

Export $ 151.8 billion
Import $ 251.7 billion

In 2013, Turkey’s share of global goods exports was 0.81%, and its share in global goods imports was 1.33%.

Top 5 countries in exports:

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Top 5 countries in imports:

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The Construction sector, which has been one of the leading sectors in Turkey, especially between 2003 and 2014, is evidence of this growth, with 42 Turkish representatives in the list of the world’s largest 250 construction companies in 2014.
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