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1 Febbraio 2018



Turkish contractors last year undertook some 241 foreign projects worth more than $14.7 billion, according to a Ministry of Economy report. The report on overseas contracting services revealed that Turkish contractors have carried out more than 9,258 projects worth $354.65 billion in 119 different countries since 1972.Residential construction projects rank first among the projects carried out by Turkish contractors. The business volume in this area amounted to $46.865 billion. It was followed by the highway, tunnel and bridge construction with $45.743 billion, construction of trade centers with $29.396 billion, construction of airports with $24.357 billion and construction of power plants with $23.848 billion.Residential constructions also topped the list last year with $2.844 billion and were followed by railway construction with $2.681 billion and power plant construction worth $2.413 billion. Turkish contractors also worked on airport construction worth $1.686 billion and highways, tunnels, and bridges worth $1.605 billion.According to the Ministry of Economy, the number of countries where Turkish contractors have carried out reached 119 with the addition of Liberia, Chad, Rwanda, Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Czech Republic, Estonia, Madagascar, Malawi, and Vietnam.Fonte: Sabah DailyElaborazione: Erol KurtContatto: (ICE ISTANBUL)