Turkey Construction

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Urbanisation is a global challenge. What is, in your view, the best way to address this issue in Turkey?

Turkey is the 16th-largest economy in the world and sixth-largest in Europe, and has made impressive progress over the past decade – a fact well demonstrated by the figures. While European countries have struggled with a number of economic problems and the sovereign debt crisis, Turkey has reached a per capita GDP of $10,444, up from $5764 in...

Interest rates in Turkey have dropped in recent years. How has this affected demand for housing loans? Do you expect growth in mortgages?

Chapter | Construction & Real Estate from The Report: Turkey 2012

The construction sector responded to the 2008-09 financial crisis with promising growth on the back of rising urbanisation and a newly announced urban renewal plan to secure the nation’s cities against earthquakes. Additionally, international interest in the country’s real estate investments, particularly from the Middle East, is helping to drive the sector. With a constantly rising need for...

Over the past decade, Turkey has experienced a number of important transitions that have led to demographic, economic and cultural transformation. These changes have made contemporary Turkey a regional focal point

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