It is reported that the direct foreign investment has showed a rise of 36 percent and has rised up to 11 billion 815 million dollars. It is also said that this direct foreign investment will continue since the trust of the foreign investors increasingly goes on.
Angel Gurria, the general secretary of OECD, said that Turkey’s economy will grow by 3 percent by the end of 2015 an by 4 percent in 2016. Gurria said that Turkey’s economy has been gathering strength.
Having highlighted the fact that Turkey’s having brought innovations during the period presidency of G-20 Summit, Gurria also said that Turkey has revealed pretty interesting social points like SME, women, youth and employment in this G-20 Summit.
About this expectation for the rise in the economy, Turkish Finance Minister Mehmet Simsek has confirmed that Turkey’s economy will grow by 3 percent by the end of this year. Evaluating the latest developments in the field of the economy, Minister Simsek has said that the bases of Turkey have become stronger and have gained more resistance. “If the economy grows, the prosperity increases. We expect that Turkey’s economy will grow by 3 percent.” Simsek said. During his speech that he made during the opening ceremony of an university, he said that the economy of Turkey has been able to maintain stability in spite of the security situation around the country and the neighbour countries of Turkey.