Turkey is natural and geographic bridge between both East-West and North-South axes;
That provides easy access to millions of consumers and multiple markets in Europe, Eurasia, the Middle East and North Africa. Since 1995, Turkey is a part of the EU Customs Union and still having membership discussion with European Union.
Turkey has well educated, high skilled, cost effective young and dynamic population of labor force and half of the population is under age of 30.
It has a dynamic and fast developing economy with large domestic market and growing international investments, highly developed technological infrastructure in transportation, telecommunications and energy sectors. Turkey put flexible exchange rates policies and liberal import regulations in practice.
Turkish government provides various taxes and non-tax incentives...
Corporate income tax is 20 percent and individual income tax varies from 15 percent to 35 percent in Turkey. Tax benefits and incentives are available in Technology Development Zones, Industrial Zones and Free Trade Zones. Exemptions from customs duties, levies and VAT for imports of some machinery, equipments and a number of exemptions from income tax and social insurance contributions are defined under the incentives scheme.