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About Turkey

Kiz Kulesi (Maiden's Tower)Turkish flagLocated at the Eurasian crossroads between Eastern European, Mediterranean, Black Sea and the Caspian Sea regions, Turkey has had geographical, political and economic ties with Europe for many centuries.

With its network of developed infrastructure and a globally competitive work force, Turkey has become a geo-strategic base for international business. A rapidly growing emerging market of 75 million people makes the country today one of the key trading partners of the European Union (EU).

Turkey's economic legislation is progressively aligning with the main policies and standards of the EU, as a result of the 1995 customs union and the EU pre-accession process.Turkey

Turkey is among the 20 biggest economies in the world. Furthermore, it is an unsaturated market in almost every category of consumption goods, ranging from fast moving consumer goods to high technology products.

Attaining an average GDP growth of 5.1 % between 2004 and 2006, it is expected that total exports and imports will be €61 billion and €72 billion respectively by 2006. The strong demand will lead to higher levels of imports from EU countries.

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