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Turkey

Turkey has one of the most impressive growth rates considering the major influx of Syrian refugees and a tense external territory and economic problems. In the 2000s era, Turkey showed remarkable growth by levelling to many EU (European Union) standards and maintaining strong fiscal policies. The country works in line with long term goals to reform and improve targeted regions and groups. The development has pulled the country into the developing category, globally and the economy has been moderately free for just as long.


However, the growth has been stagnating due to various reasons before 2020 and the arrival of the pandemic put an utter halt to all activity. The complete standstill has helped the government create solid recovery plans and reassess national development and economy which had helped in a strong recovery regime. The Turkish market slowed down to about 5% in the initial impact of precautionary measures, but the country rose against all odds to show about 8% growth in the latter part of 2020.


The Economic Freedom Index 2020 calls the Turkish private sector dynamic and diverse. On the diverse plate stands the IT sector of the country which is in a rapidly developing and absorbing stage. Turkey decided to gear up and take on the adaptation of IT services to the next level to deal with the effects of the pandemic. The reliance on the Turkish defence system, banking system and mobile operators in the IT industry is a big sign of the capabilities of the sector as these are three big industries in Turkey. Among the rising sub-sectors, broadband and mobile communications are at the forefront due to the technological demands of the younger generation. As of lately, Turkey is also actively pursuing trading in the IT service.


The latter sub-sections feed greatly into the business and start-up market of Turkey. Stats show that 85% of the businesses have adapted to IT services and 1% of the workforce is in this sector. Combining these statistics with the fact that the government is actively pursuing ways to help the nation's GDP come back on its regular, rather better, growth graph, the development of this sector has spiked in tough times.


It is perhaps due to factors like IT awareness, adaptation, open fiscal policies and long terms goals that the Turkish workforce was able to resume economic contribution despite the distancing measure and come back stronger than before.


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