Over 29 million well-educated, young and motivated professionals, boosting labor productivity, approximately 600,000 students graduate annually from over 180 universities, more than...
1. Skilled and competitive labor
Over 29 million well-educated, young and motivated professionals, boosting labor productivity, approximately 600,000 students graduate annually from over 180 universities, more than 700,000 high school graduates with around half from technical and vocational high schools.
2. European Union Accession Process
The country is open to modernizing. Most of the legal regulations related to the EU accession process have been made. Negotiations with the European Union continue in line with the termination of the process.
3. The chance to get better property prices
When you look at the price of property for sale in Turkey than in competing countries, you realize that it is relatively cheaper. The real estate sector in recent years is Turkey's shining star, you have a chance to take the luxury housing with relatively low prices compared to competing countries prices tab.
A population of 77.7 million, largest youth population compared with the European union, half of the population under the age of 31, dynamic, young, well-educated and multi-cultural population.
5. Privileged Location
Strategic position at the junction between West and East, culturally and physically linking Europe and Asia.
• Closeness to new potential markets in the Middle East, Northern Africa and Central Asia.
• 7,000 kilometers of lovely coastline and inimitable historical sites spanning tens of millennia.
• Easy attainment and non-trouble transportation.
• Passage of energy resources (oil and natural gas and).
• Powerful cultural and historical ties with other countries in the region.
New and very well-developed technological infrastructure in transportation, energy and telecommunications, low-cost and well-developed sea transport facilities, railway transport advantage to Eastern and Central Europe, well-established transportation routes and direct delivery mechanism to most of the European Union countries.
7. Energy Corridor
A major energy terminal and corridor in Europe connecting the West and East, located at a close closeness of more than 70 percent of the world’s proven basic energy reserves, while the largest energy user, which is Europe, is located right to the west of Turkey, thus making the country a headliner in energy transit and an energy terminal in the region
8. Great Domestic Market
166,5 million airway passengers in 2014, up from 33 million in 2002, 40 million broadband internet subscribers in 2014, up from 0.1 million in 2002, 57 million credit card users in 2014, up from 16 million in 2002, 35.9 million international tourist arrivals in 2014, up from 13 million in 2002, 72 million mobile telephone subscribers in 2014, up from 23 million in 2002
Last Updated: 8.4.2019 17:31:24