Turkey’s developing economy brings together with itself the need for
investments on infrastructure in various sectors. Among these sectors,
construction, transport and energy currently holds the most important places. In
this aspect, Turkey aims to increase the airport passenger capacity from 165
million to 400 million; to reach 32 million TEU handling capacity in container
transports; to reach a ship building capacity of 10 million DWT; and to increase
the number of its marinas to 100 with 50,000 yacht capacity.
Additionally, there are new plans in accordance to urban renewal projects. After enacting the Urban Renewal Law No 6306, Turkish government, with 400 billion dollar budget, has decided to strengthen and rebuild 6.5 million housings that are at risk of collapse in the event of a natural disaster. This decision continues to be the main driving factor behind the country’s construction industry.
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