Aksam - Turkey’s efforts to further improve its investment environment will gather pace following the local elections to be held on the 30th of March, according to the President of the Investment Support and Promotion Agency of Turkey (ISPAT).
“The ongoing efforts to improve Turkey’s investment environment will be at the top of the government’s agenda following the elections. Foreign investors will greatly benefit from these reforms”, the ISPAT President said, adding that Turkey’s determination to continue implementing structural reforms would give a strong signal to parties interested in investing in Turkey.
ISPAT is running a promotional campaign in 15 countries designated as key sources of foreign investment, Ayci remarked.
Turkey attracted USD 12.9 billion of foreign direct investments (FDI) in 2013. The country attracted over USD 1.2 billion of FDI in January 2014, increasing by 51 percent over the same month of 2013.