The Turkish economy’s total turnover surged by 105.4% on an annual basis in February, according to the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat). This was driven by significant growth in the industry, construction, trade, and services sectors, TurkStat data indicated. The largest annual increase in turnover — 123.6% — was in the manufacturing industry followed by services...
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The Turkish economy saw a 60.4% jump in the total turnover in November 2021 on a yearly basis, according to the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat). The index saw the biggest change in the services sector, up 71.7%, the TurkStat figures showed. The industry sector posted an annual rise of 67.9%, while the trade and construction...