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Investment demand sees increase in Jan-Sept period

Turkish industry minister said that the Turkish manufacturing sector accounted for lion's share of investment demand.
12.11.2020 - 11:25

Investment demand in Turkey this January to September was 13% higher than the same period last year, the country’s industry and technology minister said on Thursday.


At 73%, the manufacturing sector accounted for the lion’s share of the demand, Mustafa Varank said on Twitter.

“Confidence in Turkey’s present and future is increasing,” he said.

Some 13% of the investments are in the energy sector, followed by the services industry at 10%, and agriculture and mining with 2% each.