​​​​​​​​​​​​​Income per capita (GDP per capita, current prices)

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Türkiye's performance in economic development saw its income per capita increase from USD 3,581 in 2002 to USD 8,599 in 2020.

​​Source: TurkStat​

GDP per capita in Countries with Population over 50 Million – 2020

Türkiye is the 10th largest economy in terms of GDP per capita among countries with population over 50 million.​

​Source: IMF WEO​

Stock of Automobiles (millions of passenger cars)

Türkiye's economic growth has paved the way for emergence of a sizeable middle-class with an increasing purchasing power.

​​Source: TurkStat​


More than 24 urban centers, each with populations of over 1 million, support Türkiye's thriving domestic market through their production of goods and services. In terms of population, Istanbul is the largest city in Europe.​​​Large-Domestic-Regional-Markets-2021-EN.png

Source: TurkStat​

Access to Markets

Markets-Access-2021-EN.pngSource: Eurostat, World Bank; population as of 2020, Ministry of Trade, TurkStat 

  • 85.7 million broadband internet subscribers in 2021-Q2, up from 0.1 million in 2002 (ICTA)
  • 84.6 million mobile phone subscribers in 2021-Q2, up from 23 million in 2002 (ICTA)
  • 82.8 million total number of credit cards in 2021​, up from 16 million in 2002 (Interbank Card Center)
  • 209 million airline passengers in 2019, up from 33 million in 2002 (General Directorate of State Airports Authority)
  • 51.9 million international tourist arrivals in 2019, up from 13 million in 2002 (TurkStat) ​