Turkey is a tried-and-true manufacturer of local products, a manufacturing base for numerous brands that are household names. Soon, those names could include Turkish-made medical devices as well.
The 2016 crisis that hit the Turkish tourism sector has pushed the government to diversify its tourism offerings and attract tourists seeking an enthralling array of art, culture, and cuisine.
Turkey's diverse agriculture production and strong trade links have drawn international agribusiness investors, particularly in the hazelnut industry.
Local contractors are winning more tenders for infrastructure projects in Africa and possibly beyond.
To keep up with the rising demand for natural gas, Turkey aims to tap into hydrocarbon-rich layers in the Thrace Basin and off the coast of Cyprus.
The e-commerce sector has seen tremendous growth in recent years, a trend that offers enormous promises if players can capitalize on high-volume, low-price sales.
Turkish gold is making its way from deep under the ground to global markets, making it Europe's leading producer of gold in recent years.
Having evolved from an old traditional activity in Anatolia to an internationally recognized industry, Turkey's shipbuilding sector is giving its eastern counterparts fierce competition.
Over the last decade, local defense companies have expanded beyond the domestic market to become international arms exporters, with a rapidly growing clientele in Southeast Asia.
Burdened by non-performing loans, the latest in a series of economic woes, Turkey's financial institutions are looking for a compromise.
Treasury and Finance Minister Berat Albayrak has introduced comprehensive reforms to stabilize the nation's economy.
With a strengthened domestic defense industry, the Turkish military, NATO's second largest, is flexing its muscle on the international stage.
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