Erdogan’s optimistic outlook for Turkish economy amidst global challenges

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan revealed his ambitions for the Turkish economy during his participation in the 30th General Assembly of the Exporters Council and the ceremony honoring the most exporting businessmen in Istanbul on Saturday.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressed his country’s desire to increase the value of its exports to $265 billion by the end of this year, despite the negative global economic situation.

Erdogan said: “We want to increase our exports by the end of 2023 to $265 billion, despite the negative global economic situation, to $285 billion next year and reach over $400 billion in 2028.”

He pointed out that the Turkish state has used all its means to remove obstacles to merchants and institutions, noting that his country has achieved record levels in increasing domestic production and commercial exports.

Erdogan stressed that Turkey has become a strategic trade center after rebuilding its supply sector.

In another context, Erdogan stated that “Turkey will witness the reception of 2 million tourists in the medical tourism sector during 2023.”

Source: RT

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