Turkey is now among the top middle-income countries with a gross domestic product of $ 799.54 billion a year, placing it in the 17th position as a global economic power and an investment country. In less than a decade, Turkey has almost tripled per capita income, and Turkey’s per capita income now exceeds $ 10.500 a year.
Turkey is also a member of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the Group of 20, and an important donor to bilateral ODA. It has become a reliable source of high-quality consumer goods and is now Europe’s largest producer of light commercial TVs and vehicles. Turkish goods and products pass through the German market because of their accuracy and quality of industry.
Turkey is also the eighth largest food producer in the world and the sixth most popular tourist destination. And 43 of the world’s top 250 global construction companies. Ten years ago, the textile and textile industry deteriorated sharply, but now it has become a sophisticated industry and exports higher quality goods to Europe.
Exports rose by an impressive 325 percent in the 10 years to 2012. Between 2002 and 2007, the Turkish economy grew by 6.8 percent per annum. The growth rate over the past decade was about 3.5 percent. Per capita income rose slightly over the past four years,
By 2007, the Turkish economy had shifted from the control of traditional agricultural activities in rural areas to “very dynamic” industrial parks, spread in major cities and advanced services, with the agricultural sector accounting for 11.9% of GDP while industrial sectors accounted for 23.7 %, And service accounted for 64.5%. The tourism sector has also grown rapidly in recent years and has become an important part of the economy. In 2005 there were more than 24 million visitors to Turkey, contributing more than $ 18 billion.