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  • Turkey's Economy Toward Export
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    Turkish Economy - Structure and GrwothAt the time of the collapse of the Ottoman Empire during World War I, the Turkish economy was underdeveloped: agriculture depended on outmoded techniques and poor-quality livestock, and the few factories producing basic products such as sugar and flour were under foreign control. Between 1923 and 1985, the economy grew at an average annual rate of 6 percent. In large part as a result of government policies, a backward economy developed into a complex economi...
  • History And Geographical Location Of Turkey
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    The Turkish Republic was established in 1923, after the fall of the Ottoman Empire. The Empire had been slowly declining for several centuries, this can be attributed to its inability to keep up scientifically and the soc ail and political wars. Finally the Lausanne Peace Treaty of July 24, 1923 established the international status and boundaries of the new country. The Republic of Turkey was formally declared on October 29, 1923. It immediately started on a course of modernization in all walks ...
  • Turkey's Economy
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    Turkey's economy has weathered some spectacular pratfalls in the past, with a major economic crisis in 2001 almost bringing the country to its knees. What's different in 2004 from the previous 'recoveries' is how committed Turkey is to establishing firm economic footing once and for all. The government is swallowing the International Monetary Fund's painful economic medicine, making tough choices for fiscal discipline. Turkey's financial wunderkind, the 37-year old Minister of State for Treasury...
  • President Of Turkey
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    Turkey, 65,599,206 population, is a republic in Asia and a small part of southern eastern Europe. Its lying between the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. turkey is mountainous, coastal plain slightly larger than Texas. The weather is hot and dry in the summer with mild wet winters. The people are Turks. They speak the Turkish language, Kurdish and Arabic. The government is republican parliamentary democracy, with a president; chief of state head of government, the prime minister; the cabinet,...
  • Turkey's Reform Program In The 1980's
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    Over the past two decades, Turkey has suffered repeated economic crises. The latest happened earlier of last year, when a devaluation of the currency had the people taking to the streets. Economic labels like budget deficit, high interest rates, price hikes, and contracting economy give mere ghostly hints of the pain the Turkish economy has suffered. Desperate for loans, the Turkish government has had consecutive stand-by agreements with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and is currently imp...

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