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Priority Action Plan for Transformation Programme in Economics

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Prime Minister , Ahmet Davutoglu, said that they started the move envisages comprehensive transformation period in 25 areas .

Ankara news: Photo Prime Minister Davutoglu, Priority Transformation Programme Economy announced at a press conference organized by the Action Plan.
Speaking after the 2008 world attention begins to grow shrank by Turkey's economy Davutoglu, \"AK Party government for gold in the last 200 years of reform efforts 12 is the year. the economy was passing through a serious reform process and economic indicators took place in a positive direction . the rise to $ 145 billion in foreign investments from 2003 to 2014 shows that attractive much of the investment environment. maintaining political stability and economic predictability is very important. we give great importance to human-centered development issues . Turkey's two most important sources of human and geography. is the main element transformation to become qualified human resources . we are in the process of technological transformation. They need to develop the ability to manage . this happens only with R \u0026 D and innovation , \"he said . Photo Davutoglu, Article 9 of the reform agenda was as follows:Photo \"reducing dependence on imports Photo 1-2-3-commercialization program in the field of technology public procurement Photo Photo 4-way to support domestic production based on indigenous sources of energy Energy efficiency improvement of production schedules Photo Photo 5-6-to make effective use of water in agriculture, improving the structural development of health tourism in Photo 7 Photo 8 Photo 9 Health Transport , logistics industry transformation program \".

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