According to the compilation made from the Medium-Term Program (MTP) for the years 2024-2026, as Turkey enters the Century, it aims at a sustainable and inclusive economic growth, taking into account price stability and financial stability, increasing productivity in a free market and competitive environment, and considering macroeconomic balances and structural integrity. A transparent, consistent, predictable and internationally normed approach supported by reforms will be followed.

In order to ensure growth that supports investment, employment, production and exports, monetary, fiscal and income policies will be carried out in coordination and reform steps in these areas will be implemented gradually.

Thus, potential growth will be increased by improving the business and investment environment in Turkey and establishing a more favorable structure for sustainable growth.

While post-earthquake reconstruction works will continue rapidly, an integrated development approach will be followed that is disaster-resilient and combines regional development dynamics with port industries.

During the program period, it is aimed to reach an average annual growth of 4.5 percent and to raise Turkey from the middle-upper income group to the upper income group in national income per capita, with a growth strategy based on investments in productive areas and supported by productivity increases.

In this context, targets and policies were determined. Accordingly, data-based industrial policies will be established, and effective use of resources will be ensured by making more sound investment decisions.

Technology-oriented investments will be supported

Technology-oriented investments will be supported with the sectoral prioritization approach for structural transformation in the industry.

New industrial zones and logistics lines will be created by considering disaster risks, existing railway infrastructure will be used more effectively, and connections with industrial zones and ports (including Ro-Ro) will be strengthened.

In line with the Development Plan and the National Technology Move targets, domestic production and technological capabilities will be developed, and product-based investment roadmaps will be prepared for strategic products and technologies.

Transfer of patented technologies to industry will be supported. R&D incentives will be guided in a way that will contribute to the formation of accumulation in the country in strategic technology fields.

In addition to digital technologies such as artificial intelligence, autonomous systems, cloud computing and big data analytics, the use of green technologies will be expanded.

In strategic areas, national initiatives such as Togg and TURKOVAC will be formed, where all stakeholders from the private sector, universities and the public will join forces, and design, production and commercialization activities will be encouraged.

Production, R&D and export infrastructure will be supported in the pharmaceutical and medical device sector and supply security will be strengthened.

Investments in semiconductor, electric vehicles, batteries and critical technology products in their value chain will be encouraged, and studies on critical materials and components needed in strategic sectors such as electronics, aerospace, defense and biomedical will be supported.

The added value will be further increased by establishing mechanisms that will ensure the transfer of technology from the domestic and national defense industry to civilian areas.

New greenhouse installation will be supported

Arable and irrigable areas will be increased by implementing compelling and encouraging regulations for the protection of agricultural lands, prevention of misuse and effective use.

Minimum and maximum production areas will be determined on the basis of crops and agricultural plots, and the framework of farmer applications, production permits and planting control will be determined.

In order to ensure stability in food prices and food supply security, target adequacy ratios for strategic agricultural products will be determined and production planning will be made, taking into account the yield ability of the land, precipitation and irrigation opportunities.

In order to ensure the continuity of supply of fresh fruit and vegetable products, investments for the establishment of Greenhouse Organized Agriculture Zone (OTB) in suitable areas with geothermal energy resources will be accelerated, new greenhouse installation and greenhouse renewal investments will be supported.

In order to ensure that consumers can access agricultural products at affordable prices by reducing logistics costs, urban agriculture will be supported in the peripheries of cities, which are important consumption centers, and young population will be employed in the agricultural sector.

In order to reduce the effects of disasters and meet the need for social housing, the construction sector will be guided to realize housing, workplace and land projects for low and middle income earners, and the sector will contribute to growth in a selective and target-oriented manner, taking into account price stability.

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