In his speech at the Turkish-Moldovan Business Forum, which was attended by businessmen from the two countries, Turkish Prime Minister Yildirim said that their goal during the approaching centennial of the establishment of the Republic is to raise Turkey's GDP to $ 2 trillion, and the level of per capita income to
$ 25,000 by 2032.
Noting that the economy of Turkey, which is based on the foundations of a firm and established to overcome the difficult test suffered by the failed coup attempt on Turkey in mid-July 2016, where continued large economic development projects work without interruption.
He added: Turkey's national income has increased from $ 230 billion in 2002 to
$ 850 billion by 2016. The level of per capita income has risen from $ 3,000 to
$ 500 to $ 10,000 while trade in the last 15 years has risen to five times.
He pointed out that Turkey has achieved economic growth of 6% over the past 15 years. In the past year, which has experienced difficult circumstances due to the coup attempt, it achieved 3% growth, equivalent to twice the average global economic growth