ATSO PRESIDENT KOÇAŞ'S ESTIMATING HOLDER

Added Date : 14-06-2017

While the economy of Turkey was announced in the first quarter, the growth rate of 5 percent in the first quarter of the year revealed an echo in the whole of the world, and ATSO President Ahmet Koçaş said that there will be great developments in the economy in the beginning of 2017.

All of the growth figures were surprised as the reform packages that our country put into practice in 2017, employment mobilization, tax incentives and applications in credit guarantee funds showed the expected increase in the business world.

Aksaray Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chairman Ahmet Koçaş, who assesses the economic figures, explained that he had done; "In the first quarter, our country passed a growth that no one in the economy expected or expected. We made a press statement in January of 2017, and under our national mobilization, our country, the business world, is going to be a very big development to revolutionize in 2017. Thank God we have not been mistaken in these estimates.

While Turkey is the third fastest growing country among the G20 countries, it grew faster than the 23 members of the European Union. At the same time, G7 countries (1.8 percent) and the OECD average (2 percent) grew above.

In the second quarter of the year, we again declare that this rate will grow to a further rate. We, the business community and our citizens, have seen the greatest betrayal of our history in 2016. Our enemies in and out have faced such treachery that we have understood the value of our country much better.

We have no other country, and the world of business has promised to revolutionize the economy in 2017, especially in the business world since the Earth is the eye of it.

Within the scope of the national mobilization, our state and business world hand in hand, and this was compared with the beautiful painting. As long as this national mobilization continues, we will be confronted with such positive figures. During this holy month of Ramadan, our national unity and togetherness will deteriorate and continue to increase. "