Turkey, one of the world’s newly industrialized countries, has an emerging market economy. The industries include textiles, food processing, automotive, electronics, tourism, mining of coal, chromate, copper and boron, steel, petroleum, construction, lumber, and paper.
Turkey is an important emerging economy with a positive growth rate. Turkey is the fastest growing economy in Europe, the world’s 25th largest, and the 6th largest European economy. Turkey has established open trade relations with foreign countries opening up its areas of foreign investments.
Turkey is the 23rd largest importer in the world with imports worth $204.3 billion in 2015. The top imports include machinery, chemicals, semi-finished goods, refined petroleum, transport equipment, and scrap iron.
The top import partners are China 12%, Germany 10.3%, Russia 9.9%, US 5.4% and Italy 5.1%. The value of Turkey’s imports is higher than exports leading to a negative trade balance of about $50 billion.
In 2018 Turkey imported $202B, making it the number 26 trade destination in the world.
In 2018 Turkey exported a total of $177B, making it the number 29 exporter in the world.
Turkish Occupational Safety And Health Exhibition
Date : 11 - 14 Jul 2020
Place : Istanbul Congress Center, Istanbul, Turkey
Date : 13 - 16 Jul 2020
Place : Gaziantep Ortadogu Fuar Merkezi, Gaziantep, Turkey