On November 11, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan received a delegation of the International Investors Association (YASED) at the Presidential Complex in Ankara and shared insights on the Turkish economy and the investment environment.
Among the attendees were newly-appointed Minister of Treasury and Finance Lütfi Elvan, Minister of Industry and Technology Mustafa Varank, Minister of Trade Ruhsar Pekcan and Investment Office President Burak Dağlıoğlu.
On the same day, President Erdoğan also delivered a speech at AK Party's parliamentary group meeting, in which he offered insights on Turkey’s investment climate.
President Erdoğan stated, “The whole world will see that Turkey is among the most lucrative and the most reliable countries to make investments in. We will maintain our economic guidance both to domestic and international investors.”
Turkey is building up a safe investment environment by leaning its economic policies on three pillars: price stability, financial stability, and macroeconomic stability, said President Erdoğan. “The continuity of growth and employment in a healthy and robust manner will be ensured by the government. We are creating a growth structure which generates qualified jobs, prevents inflation and current account deficit, and which is financed primarily by domestic savings and foreign direct investments,” added the President.