Prime Minister Yıldırım: Private Incentives Will Enter into Force in 7 Main Sectors
Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım said, “Investment priority will be supported within the scope of economic policies in sectors with high added value. Privileged special incentive applications will also come into effect in 7 basic sectors such as informatics, chemistry and logistics.
Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım, at the 9th Prime Ministry Labor Office in Dolmabahçe. He made a statement after the Turkey Investment Council Meeting. Stating that the investments related to the economy continued uninterrupted after the coup attempt, Prime Minister Yıldırım said, “The common opinion of the global investors we are meeting today; They confirmed once again that the coup attempt in Turkey did not cause any hesitation in terms of future plans and projects of investors. The thoughts on increasing the investment of the Turkish economy and the 2017 budget, especially the issues such as increasing public investment by 30 percent. It has been confirmed once again that Turkey has an investment strategy and economic foresight based on real production in the medium and long term.”