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2 InterGest THE ART OF BEING LOCAL WORLDWIDE YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME IN TURKEY

3 InterGest Turkey Istanbul Dunya Ticaret Merkezi EGS Business Park Carsi Blok Kat:1, No:77 34149 Yesilkoy – Istanbul Turkey Phone : Fax:

4 Why to Invest in Turkey ? 10 Reasons to Invest in Turkey
Successful economy Young population Large domestic market Infrastructure Centrally located Qualified and competetive labor force Liberal and reformist investment climate Energy corridor and terminal of europe Low taxes and incentives Customs union with the EU since 1996

5 Successful Economy Booming economy; reaching USD 772 billion in 2011, up from USD 231 billion in 2002 (TurkStat) Stable economic growth with an average annual real GDP growth rate of 5.2 % over the last 9 years (TurkStat) Promising economy with a bright future as it is expected to become the fastest growing economy among the OECD members during with an annual average real GDP growth rate of 6.7 % (OECD Economic Outlook No. 86) 18th largest economy in the world and 7th largest economy compared with the EU in 2011 (GDP at current prices, IMF WEO) Institutionalized economy fueled by USD 110 billion of FDI in the last 9 years and ranked as the 13th most attractive FDI destination in 2012 (A.T. Kearney FDI Confidence Index) A dynamic and mature private sector with USD 135 billion worth of exports and an increase of 275 percent between 2002 and 2011 (TurkStat)

6 Population A population of 75 million (2011, TurkStat)
Largest youth population compared with the EU (Eurostat) Half the population under the age 29.7 (TurkStat) Young, dynamic, well-educated and multi-cultural population  Large domestic market 50 million internet users in 2011, up from 4 million in 2002 65 million mobile phone subscribers in 2011, up from 23 million in 2002 51 million credit card users in 2011, up from 16 million in 2002 118 million airline passengers in 2011, up from 33 million in 2002 31.5 million international tourist arrivals in 2011, up from million in 2002

7 Infrastructure Centrally located
New and highly developed technological infrastructure in transportation, telecommunications and energy Well-developed and low-cost sea transport facilities Railway transport advantage to Central and Eastern Europe Well-established transportation routes and direct delivery mechanism to most of the EU countries Centrally located A natural bridge between both East-West and North-South axes, thus creating an efficient and cost effective outlet to major markets Easy access to 1.5 billion customers in Europe, Eurasia, the Middle East and North Africa Access to multiple markets worth USD 25 trillion of GDP

8 Qualified and competitive labor force
Over 26 million young, well-educated and motivated professionals (TurkStat) Increasing labor productivity The longest working hours, and the lowest sick day leaves per employee in Europe with 52.9 hours worked per week (2011, Eurostat) and annual average of 4.6 sick days per employee (2008, Mercer) Approximately 500,000 students graduate annually from over 170 universities (2011, Student Selection and Placement Center-OSYM) More than 700,000 high school graduates with around half from vocational and technical high schools (2011, Ministry of National Education)

9 Liberal and reformist Investment climate
The second biggest reformer among OECD countries in terms of its restrictions on FDI since 1997 (OECD FDI Regulatory Restrictiveness Index ) Business-friendly environment with average of 6 days to set up a company, while the average in OECD members is more than 12 days Highly competitive investment conditions Strong industrial and service culture Equal treatment for all investors Around 30,000 companies with international capital International arbitration Guarantee of transfers

10 Taxes & Customs Union Low taxes & incentives
Corporate Income Tax reduced from 33 percent to 20 percent Individual Income Tax varies from 15 percent to 35 percent Tax benefits and incentives in Technology Development Zones, Industrial Zones and Free Zones could include total or partial exemption from Corporate Income Tax, a grant on employer’s social security share, as well as land allocation. R&D and Innovation Support Law Incentives for strategic investment to decrease imports, for large-scale investments, as well as for regional investments Customs Union with the EU since 1996 and Free Trade Agreements (FTA) with 22 countries More FTAs underway Accession negotiations with the EU

11 Energy corridor and terminal of Europe
Turkey is an important energy terminal and corridor in Europe connecting the East and West More than 70 percent of the energy resources are located in the south and the east of Turkey, while the largest energy consumer, Europe, is located west of Turkey.

12 Number of Companies in Turkey with International Capital
As of the end of 2011, around 30,000 companies with foreign capital operate in Turkey.

13 Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Turkey
Turkey ranks as the world’s 13th most attractive destination for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in 2012, according to the A.T. Kearney FDI Confidence Index FDI Inflow to Turkey (USD billion)

14 Foreign Trade Statistics
US $ million 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Exports (FOB) 73,476 85,535 107,272 132,002 102,143 113,883 134,969 Imports (CIF) 116,774 139,576 170,063 201,961 140,929 185,544 240,838 Trade Volume 190,251 225,111 277,334 333,963 243,072 299,428 375,807 Trade Balance -43,298 -54,041 -62,791 -69,959 -38,786 -71,661 -105,869

15 Top 10 Export Product Groups in 2011
Product Groups US $ Share in billion total exports (%) Vehicle other than railway or tramway rolling stock ,7 Boilers, machinery and mechanical appliances ,6 Iron and steel ,3 Electrical machinery and equipment ,6 Knitted and crocheted goods ,2 Mineral fuels / oils and products of their distillation 6.5 4,8 Articles of iron and steel ,3 Non knitted and crocheted goods ,8 Plastic and articles thereof ,4 Edible fruit and nuts: peel of melons or citrus fruits 3.9 2,9

16 Technology Development Zones - Technoparks
Technology Development Zones (TDZ’s) are areas designed to support R&D activities and attract investments in high technology fields. There are 39 TDZ's of which 27 are operational and 12 have been approved and are currently under construction Ankara has six TDZ’s, Istanbul has five, Kocaeli has three while the other provinces listed in the pop-up table below have one each.

17 Very Important….Technology Free Zones
Advantages Corporate Income Tax Incentives Personnel Income Tax Relief Social Security Tax Incentives VAT advantages on imports Energy utilization subsidies Customs Tax Relief on import of capital equipment and raw material to name a few 

18 Yavuz Selim Şen Certified Public Accountant & Partner
Phone : Fax: InterGest Turkey Istanbul Dunya Ticaret Merkezi EGS Business Park Carsi Blok Kat:1, No:77 34149 Yesilkoy – Istanbul Turkey Naci Demirkilic Sales & Business Development Phone:      Fax:     InterGest Turkey Istanbul Dunya Ticaret Merkezi EGS Business Park Carsi Blok Kat:1, No:77 34149 Yesilkoy – Istanbul Turkey


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