Eight per­cent of for­eign joint cap­i­tal com­pa­nies are Syr­ian

Dünya Executive - - REPORT - IS­TAN­BUL -DUNYA

The Eco­nomic Pol­icy Re­search Foun­da­tion of Turkey (TEPAV) cal­cu­lated for­eign part­ner cap­i­tal in Turkey. Ac­cord­ing to a state­ment by TEPAV, 92 com­pa­nies with Syr­ian joint cap­i­tal were es­tab­lished in July 2019.

The to­tal Syr­ian joint cap­i­tal of the com­pa­nies with Syr­ian part­ners has reached TRY 21.5 mil­lion. In July 2019, the num­ber of com­pa­nies es­tab­lished with Syr­ian joint cap­i­tal de­creased by 42.1 per­cent com­pared to July 2018, while the Syr­ian joint cap­i­tal de­creased by 27.5 per­cent. Com­pared to June 2019, the num­ber of com­pa­nies es­tab­lished with Syr­ian joint cap­i­tal in­creased by 124.4 per­cent and the Syr­ian joint cap­i­tal in­creased by 134.3 per­cent.

Ninety-two (7.6 per­cent) of the 1,204 com­pa­nies es­tab­lished with for­eign cap­i­tal in July 2019 had Syr­ian joint cap­i­tal. These com­pa­nies ac­count for 6.3 per­cent of the for­eign joint cap­i­tal. As of July 2019, Is­tan­bul is one of the prov­inces with the high­est num­ber of com­pa­nies es­tab­lished with Syr­ian joint cap­i­tal. Is­tan­bul is fol­lowed by Mersin, Hatay, Bursa, Adana and Kilis. Com­pared to the pre­vi­ous month, for­eign cap­i­tal in­creased by TRY 136 mil­lion and Syr­ian cap­i­tal by TRY 12 mil­lion in July 2019.

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