Wirtschaft der Türkei - Türkiye Ekonomisi - Economy of Turkey
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Türkei`s einkommen soll im jahre 2023 ( 100 jahriges jubiläum) bis zu 2 Trillion USD ansteigen so der Entwicklungminister Cevdet Yilmaz. Das wäre ein rieser anstieg im jahre 2002 Betrug noch das einkommen der Türkei 270 Billion USD & 2011 soll es bis zu 780 Billion anlaufen. Great shit
Minister: Turkey targets $2 trillion national income by 2023
Turkish Development Minister Cevdet Yilmaz said that Turkey targeted to have more than two trillion USD of national income by 2023.
Turkish Development Minister Cevdet Yilmaz said that Turkey targeted to have more than two trillion USD of national income by 2023.
Speaking at Turkish-American Association in Washington on Saturday, Yilmaz said that Turkey recorded important success in economy in recent period, adding that Turkey tripled its national income in the last ten years.
Our economy was only 230 billion USD in 2002, and it will probably be 780 billion USD in 2011, said Yilmaz, adding that Turkey aimed to reach an export figure of 500 billion USD as well as more than 25,000 USD of national income per capita by 2023 which would be the 100th anniversary of the foundation of Republic.
All these can be fulfilled through better and more intense relations with the world, said Yilmaz, noting that the United States was one of the important partners of Turkey in this aspect.
Noting that although the U.S. was a big economy, the trade between Turkey and the U.S. was not on desired level, Yilmaz said that they could focus on developing direct investments and tourism. He added that Turkish community in the United States could be a bridge and contribute in developing relations between the two countries.
Yilmaz said that Turkey and the U.S. were two important strategic partners and they should act together in some matters in the world. He added that every country could have different opinions in some issues, but Turkey and the U.S. had been in a strategic partnership for a long time.
I believe Turkey and the U.S. had a common perspective, he noted.
Quelle : http://www.turkishny.com/english-new...income-by-2023
Turkish Wind Power Capacity to Grow 31.6% A Year Until 2014
Turkey 's wind power capacity will grow at an annual average rate of 31.6 percent until 2014, outpacing the overall growth of renewable energy capacity in the country, according to researcher Research and Markets. Wind power generation will become a highly competitive industry, Thus creating business opportunities for manufacturing and material innovations, the Dublin-based researcher said in an e-mailed statement today.
Turkey's energy regulator may give licenses for 2.277 megawatts of new wind power plants, subject to environment assessment reports, Koktas Hasan, head of the Ankara-based agency, said June 15th
The regulator rejected applications for licenses 15.360 megawatts of wind power and is studying for preliminary licensing 23.300 megawatts more, he said. The agency has given licenses for 5.000 megawatt wind so far, including 1.406 megawatts in operation, he said.
Turkey had 50.475 megawatts of total power capacity in May, according to the government's power transmission company TEIAS. The government aims for 20.000 megawatts of wind power capacity by 2020, about one quarter of the total capacity then, Koktas said.
Türkei wird bis zum jahre 2014 seine eigenen Luft-Generatoren ( Winräder) Herstellen
Quell :Turkish Wind Power Capacity to Grow 31.6% a Year Until 2014 - Bloomberg
İran: 'Türkiye ile Anlaştık'
İran Fars ajansı İran'ın Türkiye ile doğalgazla çalışan bir elektrik santrali kurulması konusunda anlaşmaya vardığını duyurdu.
'Çinli müteahitler İran ile 10 adet doğal gazla elektrik üreten bir santral kurmak için işbirliği yapıyorlar. Ayrıca İran Türkiye ile diğer ülkelere üretilen elektriğin transferini sağlayacak ortak bir doğal gaz elektrik santrali kurulması konusunda anlaşmaya vardı.'
İran, Fars haber ajansına göre, Çinli şirketler ile ülkenin Kuzey'inde yer alan Mazandaran eyaletinde 10 adet doğal gaz yakılarak enerji üretilen santral kurma konusunda anlaşmaya vardı. İran'ın Enteqal Sanaat Yas adlı şirketinin yöneticisi olan Abdolwahhab Mohammadpour Lima " Şirket Çinli ortaklar ile Mazandaran'da elektrik üretmek için 10 tane doğal gaz elektrik santrali kuracak" dedi.
Lima ayrıca Çinli ve Türk şirketlerin Mazandaran eyaletinde yatırım yapmak konusuna hayli ilgi gösterdiklerini de ilave etti.
İran Enerji Bakanı Mecid Namcu'nun bu ayın başında diğer ülkelere enerji ihracatı yapacak bir ortak enerji santrali kurulması konusunda Rusya ve Türkiye ile anlaşmaya çalıştığını bildirmişti deniliyor haberde.
Namcu, "Şu anda, iki ülke ile de ortak bir enerji santrali kurulması için yatırım ve teknik imkan konusunda bir anlaşmaya vardık" dedi.
İran ve Türk taraflarının İran'da bir enerji santrali kurulması konusunda anlaşmaya varıldığını söyledikten sonra Ankara'nın böylece üretilmiş elektriği ithal ya da üçünçü bir ülkeye transfer edebileceğini ifade etti.
Quelle : Ýran: 'Türkiye ile Anlaþtýk' - haber365.com
Angesichts sovieler Hurra-Meldungen bezüglich der türkischen Wirtschaft fragt man sich doch tatsächlich, warum die Türkei nachwievor in die EU will.
Turkey, Brazil deepen ties, pledge more economic cooperation
President Abdullah Gül welcomed Brazil's first female president, Dilma Rousseff, with an official ceremony at the Çankaya presidential palace on Friday.
Turkey and Brazil have solidified their cooperation on a wide array of areas, particularly on economic partnership, agreeing to increase efforts to benefit from opportunities that will further advance the world's two most powerful emerging economic powerhouses on the world stage. Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff told a news conference on Friday in Ankara that both Brazil and Turkey are similar countries in various areas and could benefit their countries in many ways through bilateral cooperation that the countries agreed to step up.
Rousseff said Brazil is an emerging democratic nation with expanding foreign policy in the region, supporting advancement of democracy and human rights in its vicinity and beyond. According to the Brazilian president, her country wants integration in South America and South America's largest nation is trying to expand its ties with countries in all continents. She added that some of the countries Brazil built relations with in the past few years also have borders with Turkey. The Brazilian president reiterated that Turkey and Brazil are democratic and multinational countries, and the two most powerful emerging nations, adding that the two countries have also expanded their influence in Africa, cultivated relations and cooperation with African countries and sent large amounts of humanitarian aid to Africa.
Rousseff also expressed concerns over deepening economic crisis in Europe and hoped Europe would recover from the economic meltdown that weakened one of the world’s most powerful economies and hoped that European countries would resume economic growth soon.
The Brazilian president also spoke about the Arab Spring and condemned “closed societies” and regimes’ use of violence against their own people to crush dissent.
She said the two countries share economic profiles that provide new opportunities to increase commercial ties between the countries, recalling that the trade volume between the two is $2 billion. Noting that the volume is modest and there is much room and potential to boost it, Rousseff said visits and meetings between Brazil and Turkey are very important steps in economic growth and that these ties must also continue in private sectors. She urged both Turkish and Brazilian businessmen to start work and invest in both countries, adding that Brazil will promote these activities.
“We will promote Turkish businessmen in Brazil and Brazilian businessmen in Turkey, stressing that the two countries will step up their efforts in cooperation. We criticize states being closed to the world. The physical distance between Brazil and Turkey was reduced through direct flights, providing opportunities for the two countries to advance their commercial ties.”
Earlier on Friday, Rousseff said in Ankara that the economic crises offered an opportunity for Turkey and Brazil to further foster bilateral trade, considering the current performance of the two countries.
She was speaking on the sidelines of a Turkey-Brazil Business Forum organized by the Turkish Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists (TUSKON) in Ankara. “Turkey and Brazil could boost their current business and trade relations and work to find ways to surmount economic crises with the least wounds possible,” she stated.
Turkey and Brazil were two of the few countries that maintained high growth despite the 2008 global financial crisis, Rousseff added. Noting that the industrial products of Turkey and Brazil were complementary, the Brazilian president noted that bilateral trade between the two countries increased in the first half of 2011. Bilateral trade volume between the two countries increased to $1.8 billion last year from $665 million in 2005. She said Brazil could open a door to Latin American markets for Turkish businessmen, and similarly Turkey could open a door to Europe, Asia and the Middle East for Brazilian businessmen. Rousseff said Turkey and Brazil needed to implement reformist economic policies to maintain long-term growth stability. The president defined the upcoming World Cup 2014 and Summer Olympic Games 2016 -- to be hosted by Brazil -- as significant construction and tourism opportunities for Turkish businessmen, adding that the two countries could also cooperate in energy. Rousseff said Brazil could share experiences in biodiesel with Turkey.
Also addressing the audience at Friday’s forum, Foreign Trade Minister Zafer Çağlayan called on Turkish entrepreneurs to enter the Brazilian market to branch out into other countries in the region. “We have already reached the level of bilateral trade with Brazil last year in the first eight months of this year. We have faith that our total bilateral trade volume will exceed $3 billion in the next few years,” he explained. TUSKON Chairman Rızanur Meral joined Çağlayan in his remarks, reiterating that Brazil was one of the most attractive investment venues for Turkish firms with its population of 203 million and high business potential.
Rousseff met with President Abdullah Gül at the presidential residence in Ankara later on Friday.
Turkey, Brazil deepen ties, pledge more economic cooperation
"Angesichts sovieler Hurra-Meldungen bezüglich der türkischen Wirtschaft fragt man sich doch tatsächlich, warum die Türkei nachwievor in die EU will."
Eben, die Türkei braucht nicht die EU.
THE VIEW FROM BEIJING: GROWING CHINESE ENTHUSIASM OVER TURKEY
Chinese analysts have been pleasantly surprised by the stupendous growth in their cultural, economic, and political ties with Turkey after the Cold War. They describe both China and Turkey as two emerging powers that are now entering a new strategic partnership that could reshape Eurasia. Chinese scholars consider Turkey an increasingly important country for China due to its growing economy, increasingly independent and influential diplomacy, and pivotal location between Europe, Eurasia, and the Middle East.
BACKGROUND: Chinese academics and officials stress Turkey‘s geopolitical importance to China. They note that Turkey is a Turkic-speaking nation closely linked with Central Asia, a Middle Eastern country whose regional influence has been rising, and a member of the NATO and EU candidate (and in terms of some economic conditions that interest the Chinese more than that). Beijing has strived to improve relations with the Turkic peoples, including in Xinjiang, considers the Middle East and especially Central Asia as regions important for China’s development and security, and is aiming to improve ties with both NATO and the EU. Turkey can serve as a conduit for China to exert both direct and indirect influence in these other regions.
In addition, Chinese analysts view Turkey as one variant of the rising number of overly Islamic oriented governments arising in Eurasia and the Middle East. They also perceive Turkey as the best of these variants, contrasting Turkey’s moderate, stable and secular political system with the less stable regimes in their client state of Pakistan and the aggressively extremist form of Islamic government seen in Iran. They prefer that the Arab Spring yield more governments like Turkey rather than more regimes like Pakistan and Iran.
China’s Turkey specialists express grudging admiration for the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) despite suspicions of its overtly religious ties. They note that Turkey’s AKP-led government has pursued a more independent foreign policy than its predecessors that has seen Turkey distance itself from the United States and especially Israel. More recently, the AKP has deftly developed good ties with the governments of Libya and Syria and then abandoned them when these regimes have fallen into trouble. Although they express suspicions about the AKP’s sympathies for their fellow Muslims in Xinjiang, they accept that Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s harsh comments following the July 2009 ethnic riots were made for domestic political reasons—to resonate with the popular sentiment in Turkey against Beijing’s crackdown. They note that Erdoğan quietly sent his special envoy, State Minister Zafer Çağlayan, the following month to Beijing, who expressed understanding for the Chinese policies and hope that the incident would not undermine bilateral ties. They further note that Erdoğan refrained from denouncing China’s Uighur policies when Prime Minister Wen Jiabao visited Turkey in October 2010. The Chinese and Turkish governments agreed to establish a strategic partnership, again manifesting Erdoğan’s policy of forgetting about the Uighurs in order to develop bilateral sate-to-state ties with the People’s Republic of China.
A current Chinese fear is that religious and other ties could serve as a transmission belt for importing Middle Eastern chaos into the Muslim-majority nations of Central Asia and potentially Xinjiang, with its large Muslim Uighur minority. Central Asian countries are also energy suppliers but are more important to China due to their proximity and the growing Chinese investment in Central Asia, whose governments are more inviting to Chinese businesses than those of the Middle East, where Chinese companies most often engage in projects under contract. In fact, the Chinese worry that the new Arab regimes will not respect China’s commercial interests due to their collusion with Western governments to constrain Chinese business opportunities in these countries. Another concern is that the Middle Eastern disorders, which Chinese experts believe will last for months if not years, will help keep world oil and other commodity prices unnaturally elevated.
Chinese analysts hope to exploit what they list as the many reasons Turkey wants to improve bilateral ties. First, Turks want to develop economic ties with China, especially to sell goods and attract Chinese investment. Secondly, Ankara is exploring developing further military ties with the People’s Liberation Army. Thirdly, China is a leading world power. For example, its status as a permanent member of the UN Security Council gives Beijing considerable say over issues of concern to Ankara, including Cyprus, Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, and the Middle East peace process. Fourth, China’s economic and political influence in Central Asia is growing; and Turkey wants to work with Beijing to increase their mutual influence in this important region, which Chinese analysts emphasize could serve as a bridge between their two countries. Both governments have expressed interest in elevating Turkey’s ties with the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, which Beijing uses to co-manage Central Asia with Moscow. Fifth, Chinese officials do not attack Ankara’s policies towards the Kurds, talk about an Armenian Genocide, criticize Turkey’s repression of media freedoms, or otherwise seek to interfere in Turkey’s internal affairs. Finally, Turkey has failed to achieve problem-free relations with Europe, the Arab states, Iran, or Israel. Aligning with China could help Ankara gain leverage in these other relations as well as compensate for these strained ties.
IMPLICATIONS: China’s Turkey specialists argue that their relations with Turkey have made considerable progress despite many obstacles. For example, traditionally a major source of tension has been Beijing’s treatment of its ethnic Uighur minority in Xinjiang. The Uighurs are a Turkic-speaking Muslim minority in western China and share religious, ethnic, historical, and other ties with the other Turkic peoples of Central Asia as well as Turkey itself. For decades, Turkish governments offered asylum to Uighur migrants, some of whom established associations advocating independence for what they called the state of East Turkistan. These included the Eastern Turkistan Cultural Association, the Eastern Turkistan Women Association, the Eastern Turkistan Youth Union, the Eastern Turkistan Refugee Committee, the Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement, and the Eastern Turkistan National Center. Many Turks have sympathized with the Uighurs as victims of Chinese communist persecution. When the Turkish nations of Central Asia gained independence in the early 1990s, many Turks hoped those in Xinjiang would soon follow suit.
But by the end of the decade, Turkish officials had ended their practice of giving Uighurs leaving the China automatic Turkish citizenship, recognized Xinjiang as an inalienable part of China, and forced many independence-advocating East Turkistan groups to close shop or leave the country, often to Germany or the United States. In December 1998, Prime Minister Mesut Yilmaz banned Turkish officials from participating in anti-Beijing activities relating to East Turkistan. Beijing rewarded Turkey’s new Uighur policies, as well as its restrained response to the June 1989 Tiananmen Square killings, by not criticizing the Turkish government’s use of military force in Kurdish areas. The Chinese government also adopted a neutral stance toward the Cyprus issue.
Both Turkish and Chinese officials have since prioritized the values of territorial integrity, national sovereignty, and the fight against what officials in Beijing denounce as the “three evil forces” of transnational terrorism, ethnic separatism and religious extremism. The disappearance of their common Soviet threat and the independent national economic reform processes in the two counties, which aimed to integrate them more into international markets, also led both governments to focus more on developing bilateral economic connections even as new political issues emerged that led to more joint discussions: the newly independent Central Asian countries, the Middle East peace process, Afghanistan, the Iraq War and the war in terror. During his April 2002 visit to Turkey, Prime Minister Zhu Rongji and his host Bülent Ecevit signed four agreements, including a China-Turkey Agreement on Customs Affairs Cooperation and Mutual Assistance, which was soon followed by the establishment of a Joint Economic and Trade Committee. During the next decade, bilateral trade tripled, reaching $1.2 billion in 2010. Growth areas included energy, transportation, metallurgy, and telecommunication.
CONCLUSIONS: The China-Turkey relationship looks set to become even more important in coming years, both independently and to each other, due to the two countries’ status as rising global powers and their current governments’ inclination to embrace new partnerships and opportunities. In the view of Chinese analysts, the close cultural and historical affinity between the Uighurs in China and other Turkic peoples should enable them to serve as a bridge between China and Turkey as well as Central Asia.
Although China’s trade with the Turkic nations remains low in relative terms, and dwarfed by China’s enormous commerce with other regions like East Asia, Western Europe, and North America, trade with Turkey and Central Asia is nonetheless important for not least Xinjiang, since its peripheral location has limited the region’s trade ties with China’s larger markets. Chinese plans to import more Caspian Basin oil and natural gas will fortify Xinjiang’s westward orientation. Turkey may eventually also become more important for the rest of China since the two countries’ national economies are expanding much faster than the global average, and have sustained exceptionally high GDP growth rates despite the global recession, elevating their global economic importance.
Quelle : Central Asia-Caucasus Institute and Silk Road Studies Program
Alles nur getürkt! :
Turkey and Indonesia have agreed to boost bilateral trade to $5 billion by 2014, compared to $1.7 billion in 2010, in a bid to reach their common goal of each becoming one of the top 10 economies, Indonesia’s Ambassador to Turkey Nahari Agustini said in a meeting on Oct. 7 in which authorities and businesses from both countries participated. Turkey has investments worth $5.2 million in Indonesia, and Indonesian firms have invested almost the same amount in Turkey, Agustini said, and there is large potential to increase these figures.
Kurzbeschreibung : Türkei und indonesienen wollen die Handelsbilanzen zwischen sich erhöchen bis 5 Milliarden im jahre 2014.
Hamid Ansari to visit Turkey to strengthen trade and commerce ties
Vice President Hamid Ansari will be undertaking a six-day bilateral visit to Turkey starting from Monday that will further strengthen trade and commerce ties between the two countries.
Ansari will be accompanied by a delegation of Indian businessmen, and will participate in a Business Forum at the Turkish Chamber of Businessmen and Industrialists, Istanbul. This will be the first high level delegation to visit Turkey after then prime minister Atal Behari Vajpayee’s visit to that country in 2003.
Ansari will meet Turkish president Abdullah Gul and hold discussions with prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. He will also hold delegation level talks with members of the Turkish Grand National Assembly, led by its speaker Camil Cicek.
Ansari will also be accompanied by minister for social welfare and justice, Mukul Wasnik, senior CPI-M leader Sitaram Yechury and MPs Ranjitsingh Vijaysinh Patil, Vijay Pal Singh and Imgrid McLeod.
At a media briefing Secretary (West), Ministry of External Affairs, Madhusudan Ganpathi said whole gamut of regional and international issues will be discussed during the visit. India, he said, which will strengthen cooperation in IT, automobiles, engineering and infrastructure sectors.
For Ansari, the visit will have an added personal resonance as his great grand uncle, M.A. Ansari, had led a medical mission to Turkey in 1912 to provide aid to the Turkish army in the Balkan War.
Meanwhile, India offered an additional soft loan of US $35 million for developmental projects to the Union of Comoros. This is in addition to the earlier offer of US $ 41.6 Million for an 18 MW power project in Moroni, a Ministry of External Affairs statement said on Saturday.
“Additional secretary (Africa) Gurjit Singh paid an official visit to the Union of Comoros from October 4 to 6. This was the first visit by an Indian official to Comoros and came after the enhanced cooperation with Africa announced at the 2nd India-Africa Forum Summit (IAFS) in May 2011,” MEA said.
During his visit, ASA called on president Dr Ikililou Dhoinine and other leaders. “India has also offered to set up a Vocational Training Centre in Moroni to impart skills in plumbing, welding, electrical, civil works and IT to Comorians as soon as a site was finalized. In response to a Comorian request for support in solar energy he expressed India’s readiness to train Comorian women in the field of solar engineering in the Barefoot College of India under ITEC,” MEA said.
“President Dhoinine expressed his deep appreciation of India’s assistance for the development of Comoros,” MEA said.
Kurzbeschreibung : Der vice President von indien möchte ab Monate eine 6 Tage reise in die Türkei machen um die Handelsbilanzen zwischen denn beiden Ländern weiter auszubauen.
Quelle : Hamid Ansari to visit Turkey to strengthen trade and commerce ties - India - DNA
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