Turkish overseas contracting services sector is among the most sophisticated service sectors of Turkey with having undertaken 8.772 projects in 110 different countries with the value of 329,1 billion US Dollars since 1972.
YOIKK aims to rationalize the regulations on investments in Turkey, develop policies by determining the necessary arrangements that will enhance the competitiveness of the investment environment, generate solutions to the administrative barriers encountered by the domestic and international investors in all phases of the investment process including the operating period.
Ministry of Economy coordinates the “Buyers’ Mission Programs” with the participation of foreign importers and representatives of business circle from different countries, Turkish producer and exporter companies, related business environment representatives, with the aim of increasing the market share of Turkey in certain countries as well as creating new market access opportunities for Turkish products.
The association relationship between Turkey and the EU dates back to 1963, when Ankara Agreement was signed between the Parties. Ankara Agreement, which entered into force on 1 December 1964, has drawn up the framework of institutional relations between the Parties, paving the way for Turkey’s full membership to the EU. In this framework, Ankara Agreement besides aiming to establish free movement of goods between Turkey and the EU also aims to provide free movement of labor, services and capital in order to integrate Turkey to the European Single Market.
The OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises are recommendations addressed by Governments to multinational enterprises operating in or from adhering countries. The Guidelines were first adopted in 1976 and have been reviewed 5 times that became a leading international tool to promote responsible business conduct.