We provide a Global Financial Services, have many opportunities in a variety of industries. We add to our database in multiple sectors such as Agribusiness, Township & Green City, Public Housing, Tourism & Hospitality, Public Education, Public Health Care, Power & Energy, Mining & Mineral, Oil & Gas, Consumer Goods, Fishery & Maritime, Telecommunication, Media, Transportation & Infrastructure.
Founded in 1923, TURKEY is home to a unique intersection of culture as the nation bridges Asia with Europe. The country is overwhelmingly Sunni Muslim, though influences of bygone Roman and Byzantine rule pepper the streets and skyline. Extravagant mosques and cathedrals can both be found within blocks of the Grand Bazaar in the city of Istanbul. Religious identity is an important part of Turkey’s evolution. For more than a decade, power struggles between a military-backed secular government and an increasingly popular religious movement have raised concerns about government stability. The Islamic-based Justice and Development Party, known as AKP, was recently elected to lead the parliamentary republic, temporarily curbing fears of anti-Islamic sentiments. Turkey’s economic and social development performance since 2000 has been impressive, leading to increased employment and incomes and making Turkey an upper-middle-income country. However, in the past few years, growing economic vulnerabilities and a more challenging external environment have threatened to undermine those achievements. Turkey has the world’s 19th-largest nominal GDP, and 13th-largest GDP. The country is among the world’s leading producers of agricultural products, textiles, motor vehicles, transportation equipment, construction materials, consumer electronics and home appliances. Turkey’s Top 5 Commodity Exports Commodity Amount (Annually) Gold $8.25 billion Refined Petroleum $2.65 billion Raw Iron Bars $2.62 billion Wheat Flours $1.08 billion Citrus Fruits $893 million Turkey’s Other Notable Exports Cars – $8.32 billion Delivery Trucks – $4.57 billion Vehicle Parts and $3.81 billion Knit. Turkey exports many agricultural products such as cereals, pulses, industrial crops, sugar, nuts, fresh and dried fruits, vegetables, olive oil, and livestock products. The main export markets are the European Union, the United States, and the Middle East. With Turkey’s potential and the financial services offered from us there will be many possible opportunities for cooperation.