Turkish Economy Minister Zafer Caglayan has said that the amount of direct international investments which have been made in Turkey in January-February 2012 increased 25 percent. It reached 1.7 billion USD in the mentioned period, added Caglayan who released a statement on Friday. Turkey is considered as a safe harbor for international investors during and after the global economic crisis, said Caglayan.
He noted that the amount of direct international investment made in Turkey in January-February period of 2011 had been 1.3 billion USD.
56 percent of the capital inflow in Turkey in Jan-Feb period of 2012 was made by the EU countries, said Caglayan, adding that the Netherlands and Luxembourg were two leading countries among them.
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