Terrorist attacks and a volatile political climate are taking their toll on Turkey’s FDI potential.
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The two countries’ pragmatic leaders have put aside their differences to conclude Russia’s biggest ever greenfield investment into Turkey.
Statistics from the International Monetary Fund show that Turkish economic growth looks set to continue worsening.
A drive by the Turkish government to attract more FDI to the country is working according to the latest figures, which show that inflows have increased in the first 8 months of 2014.
Turkey's minister of finance, Mehmet Şimşek, tells Courtney Fingar how he intends to overhaul the country's tax system, why its political system is in a better shape than many perceive, and what the benefits of EU membership would be.
In a series of landmark developments, the Turkish government has begun the process of privatising its energy industry. So far, however, foreign interest in the tenders has been sorely lacking, so now the government is looking at further measures to galvanise the market.
The Black Sea region sits along vital trade routes, connecting Asia and Europe, but its disjointed transport connections and dearth of intraregional trade has held it back. Can a raft of port modernisation projects finally bring a joined-up approach?
Combined, the US and Germany account for nearly one-third of all FDI into Turkey between 2010 and 2013.
The Turkish business services sector has experienced a significant increase in FDI, making it the most popular sector in the country in 2011.
Burdened with a huge current account deficit and rising tensions in the Kurdish south-east of the country, Turkey has its fair share of challenges. But the country's finance minister believes that with the help of foreign investment it can reduce the size of the deficit and provide better prospects in the struggling districts.
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