EMIS Insights, our proprietary research arm, provides comprehensive industry reports for Turkey. Our network of locally based industry experts supplies analysis exclusive to EMIS customers.
Each report contains in-depth analysis of the sector’s importance for the Turkey’s economy, detailed statistics and infographics. The report’s contents include executive summary, sector and subsector overviews, competitive and regulatory environment, as well as thorough company profiles of the top market players.
Turkey’s construction sector has experienced rapid growth in recent years, driven by supportive government policy. The state has launched a series of large infrastructure projects and development programmes that have helped the industry become ...READ MORE
One of the world’s top 10 food producers, Turkey has a developed food and beverage industry, which both supplies a population of over 80mn and exports. The food and beverage processing sector accounts for 12.7% of Turkey’s total ...READ MORE
Turkey’s health insurance coverage reaches 98.4% of the population, according to the OECD Health Statistics 2017. The state, through the Ministry of Health (MoH), is the main provider of health services in the country, which still has very low ...READ MORE
Home to nearly 80mn people, Turkey ranks as one of Europe’s 10 largest markets in terms of consumption expenditure and among the five biggest in terms of food expenditure. This strong consumer demand fuels the retail sector, making it one of ...READ MORE
Since 2010, Turkey has introduced several key reforms to liberalise the mining sector in an attempt to attract foreign players and support government efforts to develop the country’s significant mineral resources. Developing the mining industry ...READ MORE
In order to keep up with rising demand in one of the world’s fastest growing economies, Turkey’s power sector has expanded at a rapid pace over the last decade. At the same time, increased electricity consumption has posed challenges for ...READ MORE
Turkey is a major crude steel producer, ranking third in Europe and eighth in the world in terms of 2016 output. The country was the world’s biggest scrap importer in 2016, as most of its plants have developed capacities that work on this type ...READ MORE
The banks, which represent 81% of the Turkish financial system by assets, are vital to the financial stability in the country. The local non-bank financial market is underdeveloped and the institutions operating in the segment are small, when ...READ MORE
Turkey’s insurance sector saw healthy premium growth rates over the 2012-2016 period, supported by rising employment, consumption and household incomes. Insurance premiums have increased nearly fourfold in the past decade. Still, insurance ...READ MORE
The Turkish information and communications technologies (ICT) sector has been expanding rapidly in recent years supported by the country’s young population, rising incomes and improving computer literacy. The sector achieved a real growth of 6 ...READ MORE