Safe investment is one of the best ways to operate money, in terms of safety and returns is high, which is one of the most topics to be asked by investors or those wishing to invest in Turkey, in light of economic changes and economic progress in Turkey and the global economic recession, which highlights the idea of searching for Safe ways to invest, especially as Turkey is considered fertile ground for investment growth rate is the highest in the world for 2017 by 7.4%.
Safe investment is related to industries, exports abroad, bank investments, investments in construction, undertakings and other forms of investment. It is also possible to invest in small and medium-sized industries that do not require large capital and generate profit, especially in light of the high foreign exchange rate against the Turkish lira.
Safe investment from bank returns is one of the safest ways to invest. It generates a good profit and is not associated with any risk, and does not pose a significant risk of loss, as opposed to working on a stock exchange that is associated with a high risk ratio.
Turkish exports abroad, during 2017, recorded the second highest in the history of the Republic, according to preliminary figures. According to provisional data issued by the Turkish Ministry of Customs and Trade, the total value of exports reached 157.1 billion dollars in 2017. Thus, the country's exports increased by 10 percent compared to the previous year.
The value of Turkish imports from abroad rose by 17.92 percent to $ 234 billion and $ 156 million in 2017. The trade deficit (the difference between the value of exports and imports) reached 77 billion and 62 million dollars in 2017, an increase of 37.50 percent over the previous year.
The construction sector in Turkey is one of the most effective economic sectors, as it has not only been at the local level, but has been extended at the regional and global levels. The construction sector witnessed a significant activity by Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs Mohammad Shimshik announcing the granting of residence and work permits to " Certain controls ".
Representatives of the sector will try to offset the recession in domestic markets by selling to foreigners. "If long-term work permits are granted this year to property owners, we will earn at least $ 10 billion," said representatives of the real estate sector, which earned $ 5 billion in sales from foreigners last year.
Turkey has become one of the fastest growing energy markets in the world, in parallel to its economic growth over the past 15 years. The success of the privatization program, which has been under way since 2002, has resulted in the current privatization of the energy sector by the private sector, while power generation units are scheduled to be completed in the next few years. The privatization program has given the country's energy sector a highly competitive structure and new growth prospects.
Economic expansion, rising per capita income, positive demographic trends and rapid urbanization were the main drivers of increased energy demand, which is projected to increase by 6 percent per year in 2023. To meet the country's growing demand for electricity, Gigawatts to reach 120 gigawatts in 2023, by injecting the private sector for further investment. As part of the state's efforts to provide sustainable sustainable energy to consumers, Turkey offers incentives to investors such as special tariffs, purchase guarantees, delivery priorities, licensing exemptions, and other incentives, depending on the type and capacity of the power plant.
In the last 15 years, the Turkish government has made significant energy-saving reforms, and the country has been promoting the participation of private entities, thus Turkey has created a more competitive energy market. The privatization of power generation assets combined with a strategy to pave the way for more private investment has increased the share of private entities in the power generation sector from 32 percent in 2002 to 75 percent in 2017. Another important step taken by the Turkish government is to increase the competitiveness of the energy sector, Is the establishment of EXIST, a shareholding company that is responsible for the management and operation of energy markets, including those related to electricity and natural gas.
In addition to a large domestic market, Turkey is strategically located among some of the world's largest consumers and suppliers of energy and is therefore a regional energy hub. The existing oil pipeline and gas pipeline, the Turkish Straits, and the promising discoveries in the country's oil and gas reserves give Turkey an increasing ability to influence energy prices and enhance its status as a transit route.
Opportunities exist to invest in the production of renewable energy types - hydro, wind, solar and geothermal - in Turkey in abundance, and low-fee subsidized government policies are expected to increase in the local network over the coming years.
The Turkish government has prioritized increasing the contribution of renewable energy sources to the country's total energy capacity to 30 percent by 2023, while the government is committed to energy efficiency by enacting laws that establish energy conservation principles, The level of individuals and companies, and also provides incentives for investments in increasing energy efficiency. For example, the Turkish government has started implementing the YEKA model in 2016 to begin implementing a large number of renewable energy projects by exploiting locally manufactured components in renewable power plants. Under that model, Turkey has seen a larger establishment An energy auction in its history, on 20 March 2017, while a similar tender for wind power plants with a capacity of 1 GW was launched in August 2017 to meet local industrialization and R & D requirements.
Turk Press. 3 May 2018