(MENAFN) Turkey was announced to have constructed six industrial zones within five Turkish cities, with an expectation to help open job opportunities and reduce a current account deficit.
Industry and Technology Minister Mustafa Varank confirmed that through the industrial zones, 49,000 job opportunities will be opened to cut USD1.7 billion of the account deficit.
This comes while the Turkish government is looking to enhance the investment atmosphere in the country, the industry and technology minister affirmed.
The government is also focusing on achieving economic development through production, the minister stressed.
Varank added "the Turkish economy is dedicated to its agenda. The acceleration of investment projects in the post-election period is a concrete indication of confidence in the Turkish economy."