FOREIGN COMPANY INVESTMENTS 2019 RECORDS HIGH IN TURKEY

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ABOVE 6 THOUSAND FOREIGN COMPANIES ESTABLISHED IN FIRST HALF OF 2019
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The number of companies with foreign capital established in the first half of the year in Turkey increased by 6.86 percent compared to the same period last year and became 6.179.
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January-June period in the country, 559 of which are anonymous, 5.620 of which are limited, according to the compilation of data from the Union of Chambers and commodity exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) 6.179 companies with foreign capital were established. In the same period of last year, 580 incorporated companies, 5 thousand 202 limited companies, including 5.782 foreign capital companies were in operation. Thus, the number of foreign companies established in the first half of the year increased by 6.86 percent compared to the same period last year.
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When the distribution of these companies according to the provinces was examined, it was determined that the establishment of joint stock companies took place in 32 cities in the first half of the year. The Joint Stock Company with the most foreign capital was established in Istanbul. Istanbul, where 362 foreign-owned joint stock companies started operations, was followed by Ankara with 43 companies, Izmir with 42 companies, Antalya with 25 companies and Muğla with 17 companies.
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  • The companies in question invested 169 million 27 thousand 84 lira in Istanbul, 4 million 548 thousand 600 lira in Ankara, 10 million 432 thousand 900 lira in Izmir, 3 million 568 thousand lira in Antalya and 1 million 973 thousand 749 lira in Muğla.
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  • January-June period, when the distribution of Limited companies in 71 provinces began to operate limited companies. 3 thousand 527 limited companies were established in Istanbul, 340 in Antalya, 239 in Gaziantep, 215 in Ankara and 194 in Mersin.
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  • Looking at the investments of these companies, Istanbul 1 billion 13 million 463 thousand 865 lira, Antalya 47 million 688 thousand 700 lira, Gaziantep 64 million 588 thousand 500 lira, Ankara 37 million 29 thousand 450 lira and Mersin 46 million 149 thousand 200 lira were invested.

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1.7 BILLION TURKISH LIRA INVESTMENT MADE BY FOREIGN COMPANIES
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In this period, the shares of companies with foreign capital came to Turkey and formed a partnership, those with anonymized 219 million 898 thousand 733 lira, limited 1 billion 480 million 956 thousand 565 lira was. In total, foreign companies made 1 billion 700 million 855 thousand 298 lira investments in the first half of the year.
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The ratio of foreign capital in established companies was recorded as 67 percent in joint stock companies, 86.25 percent in limited companies and 83.17 percent in total.
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IRAN WAS IN THE FIRST PLACE IN TURKEY
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During this period, Iran ranked first with 33 companies when looking at the countries where foreigners in established Joint Stock Companies came from. This country was followed by Germany with 28 companies, Azerbaijan with 20 companies, the United States with 17 companies, the Netherlands with 12 companies, the United Arab Emirates with 11 companies, and the United Kingdom.
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When these companies were evaluated in terms of their capital, 51 million 329 thousand 673 liras led the Japanese. This country 12 million 780 thousand 845 lira Poland, 7 million 879 thousand 999 Lira United Arab Emirates, 7 million 277 thousand 355 lira Netherlands and 7 million 121 thousand lira Germany followed.
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When we look at the limited companies established during this period, Iranians ranked first with 480 companies. Investors from this country were followed by Syrian investors with 411 companies, Saudi Arabian investors with 271 companies, Jordanian investors with 179 companies, Egyptian investors with 154 companies and Iraqi investors with 153 companies.
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Looking at capital of the companies established in this period, the Dutch were in the first place with 204 million 67 thousand 600 liras. Investors of this country 80 million 90 thousand 740 lira Egyptians, 75 million 733 thousand 200 lira Syrians, 62 million 377 thousand 650 lira Iranians, 55 million 740 thousand 100 lira Iraqis followed.
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