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TURKEY [20]
» İzmi̇r [1]» İzmir [1]» Adana [1]
» Akşehir/Konya [1]» Ankara [1]» Asagi Ovecler [1]
» Bursa [2]» Çanakkale [1]» denizli [1]
» Istanbul [4]» Izmir [1]» Kayisdagi-istanbul [1]
» Konya [2]» LEFKOSA-KIBRIS/MERSIN10-TURKEY [1]» MERSİN [1]
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USEFUL BUSINESS INFORMATION ON TURKEY

 

1. Country Brief:

 

A. Introduction -  Turkey was created in 1923 from the Turkish remnants of the Ottoman Empire. Soon thereafter the country instituted secular laws to replace traditional religious fiats. In 1945 Turkey joined the UN and in 1952 it became a member of NATO. Turkey occupied the northern portion of Cyprus in 1974 to prevent a Greek takeover of the island; relations between the two countries remain strained. Periodic military offensives against Kurdish separatists have dislocated part of the population in southeast Turkey and have drawn international condemnation.

B. Climate -  The Aegean and Mediterranean coasts have very hot and dry summers, and wet, mild winters when the coastal towns more or less shut down between October and April. Winter in Istanbul and Cappadocia can be very cold with a dusting of snow. The peak tourist season is during high summer, roughly between July and September. From June the mosquitoes can be a problem. Spring and autumn are the best times to visit, as the climate is still hot, but not unbearable. Eastern Turkey should be visited during summer as roads and mountain passes may close due to winter ice and snow.

C. Geographical Area - 780,580 sq. km.

 

D. Language - Turkish (official), Kurdish, Zaza, Arabic, Armenian, Greek.

 

E. Currency With Exchange Rate - 1.00 TRY = 0.788439 USD

Turkey New Lira    United States Dollars

 

F. Population - (2006): 72.9 million.

 

G. Major Cities – Istanbul, Bursa, Adana, Adana, Gaziantep

 

2. Transportation:

 

A. Railway - total: 8,607 km (2002).

 

B. Road - total: 385,960 km; paved: 131,226 km (including 1,749 km of expressways); unpaved: 254,734 km (1999).

 

C. Airports - 120 (2002).

 

D. Waterways - about 1,200 km.

 

E. Sea ports - Gemlik, Hopa, Iskenderun, Istanbul, Izmir, Kocaeli (Izmit), Icel (Mersin), Samsun, Trabzon.

 

3. Economy:

 

A. Major Manufacturing - 

 

B. Major Export – (2005) $73.1 billion; (2006) $83.5 billion: textiles and apparel, industrial machinery, iron and steel, electronics, petroleum products, and motor vehicles.

 

C. Major Import – (2005) $116 billion; (2006) 135.5 billion: petroleum, machinery, motor vehicles, electronics, iron and steel, plastics precious metals.

 

E. Major Industry - 25.4% of GNP): Major growth sector, types--automotive, electronics, food processing, textiles, basic metals, chemicals, and petrochemicals. Provides 20% of jobs.

 

F. Trade balance -

 

4. Trade Associations, Chamber of Commerce, Trade shows and Exhibitions in Turkey:

 

Major Trade Associations

 

Chambers of Commerce

 

Major Trade Shows

 

A) Bus World Turkey

Start Date: 24-APR-08

End Date: 26-APR-08

Venue

Istanbul World Trade Center

Istanbul, Turkey

Organizer:

V. N. U. Exhibitions Europe BV
6, Jaarbeursplein, NL-3521 AL Utrecht,
Rv Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Tel: +(31)-(30)-2952700
Fax: +(31)-(30)-2952809

 

B) Commercial Vehicles-Turkey

Venue

CNR Expo Center

Istanbul, Turkey

Organizer:

ITE Group Plc
105, Salusbury Road,
London, United Kingdom.
Tel: +(44)-(207)-5965000/5965008
Fax: +(44)-(207)-75965111/5965018

 

C) Motoscycle

Start Date: 15-NOV-07

End Date: 18-NOV-07

Venue

Rumeli Exhibition Center

Istanbul, Turkey

Organizer:

Interteks International Trade Exhibitions, Inc.
Mim Kemal Oke Cad. No. 10,
Nisantasi, Turkey.
Tel: +(90)-(2121)-2250920
Fax: +(90)-(2121)-2250933/2250934/2250936

 

5. Useful links:

 

Turkey Importers, Dealers of Japanese Used Cars, Construction Machinery & Auto Parts

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