Syrians are more than established foreign companies in Turkey for the month of May
The number of new foreign-funded or foreign-partner companies established in Turkey reached 583 last May, the Federation of Chambers and Commodity Exchange of Turkey said in a report issued on June 16.
Foreign companies, which were established in May, were directly represented by Syrian businessmen, or 28.8 percent of them, or 174 companies.
A report of the Federation of Chambers and Commodity Exchange
In Turkey, the total number of new companies established in Turkey rose by 15.12 percent as compared to the annual comparison with the same period.
Some 6,000 and 158 new companies in Turkey began business and business in Turkey for May, down by 3 percent from April 2017.
The figures from the Federation of Chambers and Commodity Exchange in Turkey, a rise of 8.2 in May in the number of companies that came out of the business sector by monthly comparison, with the number of companies that completed its work 792 companies.
Source: Turk Press