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Turkey - PhaseZero Market Insight Report

  • ID: 1283550
  • Country Profile
  • July 2010
  • Region: Turkey
  • 25 Pages
  • Whythawk
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Whythawk PhaseZero reports offer rapid, high-level comparative country insight. Our reports combine quantitative and qualitative content with striking data visualisation. To assist comprehension, chart elements - called sparklines - are integrated throughout the report to allow concise and immediate comparisons of all reported data.

Charts and data are presented relative to a benchmark of leading emerging market investment destinations. All content is comprehensively referenced with online links embedded into the report for immediate access to source documentation.

Turkey has been analysed according to the following segments:

1. Demography: Population, Health and Education
2. Economy: Market Opportunity and Investment Environment
3. Infrastructure: Telecommunications, Energy, Access and Rights
4. State: Governance, Law and Stability
5. Structure: Aid, Enterprise and State Expenditure
6. Healthcare: Morbidity, Mortality & Treatment

A flavour of major economic opportunities and risks highlighted in the PhaseZero Turkey report:

- In 2011, the Energy Market Regulatory Authority expects to see private sector investments worth $2.5 billion in renewable energy. The energy ministry aims to increase renewable energy's share in Turkey's total energy resources to at least 30.0 percent by 2023. In 2010, some $3.5 billion worth of private sector investments will be added to Turkey's energy market.

- German firm EnBW in March 2009 agreed to take up a 50.0 percent stake in the energy unit of Turkish conglomerate Borusan Holding, as EnBW and Borusan Holding sign a strategic partnership deal. The two companies were planning an initial power investment for 1,000 MW, with a long-term goal to invest enough to produce 2,000 MW of energy, which would largely be made up of renewable resources.

- Turkey's fiscal stimulus measures, aimed at stimulating a sharply slowing economy and create more jobs, was set at $9.84 billion in 2009. The package puts emphasis on the public sector infrastructure investments. The measures to be taken include financial support for companies to curb lay-offs and expand infrastructure spending.

- General Electric Corp's healthcare unit is planning new investment in medical equipment production in Ankara as it looks to achieve double-digit growth in the Turkish market in 2009. The Turkish medical equipment market is worth around $300.0 million a year and is growing at around 5.0 to 10.0 percent a year.
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Turkey Market Insight Contents

Country Overview
Introduction to Turkey
The Bue Curve and Emerging Market Analysis
Methodology: Bue Analysis
Bue Analysis
Comparative GDP Forecast, and Exchange Rate Base Year and Value
Segment 1: Demography
Segment 2: Economy
Segment 3: Infrastructure
Segment 4: State
Segment 5: Structure
Segment 6: Healthcare
Bue Analysis Conclusions
References: Data Sources
References: Content Sources

Turkey Market Insight Figures

Key Country Rankings (Turkey), 2010
Bue Curve - Summary of Results (Turkey), 2010
Gross domestic product, current prices in US dollars (Turkey), 2010
Turkish Lira Vs. US Dollar, 2000 - 2009
Key Population and Education Indicators (Turkey), 2010
Key Health Indicators (Turkey), 2010
Key Market Opportunity Indicators (Turkey), 2010
Key Investment Environment Indicators (Turkey), 2010
Key Telecommunications Indicators (Turkey), 2010
Key Energy Indicators (Turkey), 2010
Key Governance and Legal Indicators (Turkey), 2010
Key Stability Indicators (Turkey), 2010
Key State Ease of Business Indicators (Turkey), 2010
Key Aid and Enterprise Indicators (Turkey), 2010
Key Mortality and Morbidity Indicators (Turkey), 2010
Key Treatment Indicators (Turkey), 2010
Final Table of Bue Scores (Turkey), 2010
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