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Turkey's location at the crossroads of Europe and Asia makes it a country of significant geostrategic importance.

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The above graphic shows how the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) measured in billions of current US$ has changed from 1993 to 2008 for the Urban Age cities and their nations. Data for Istanbul is available only until 2001. Then, Istanbul contributed 20 per cent of Turkey’s GDP and as the 2008 value has been estimated to be 22 per cent, the change between 2001 and 2008 has been interpolated. Even so, the economic performance of these cities mirrors that of their respective nations and the e...

The above graphic shows how the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) measured in billions of current US$ has changed from 1993 to 2008 for the Urban Age cities and their nations. Data for Istanbul is available only until 2001. Then, Istanbul contributed 20 per cent of Turkey’s GDP and as the 2008 value has been estimated to be 22 per cent, the change between 2001 and 2008 has been interpolated. Even so, the economic performance of these cities mirrors that of their respective nations and the e...

The above graphic shows how the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) measured in billions of current US$ has changed from 1993 to 2008 for the Urban Age cities and their nations. Data for Istanbul is available only until 2001. Then, Istanbul contributed 20 per cent of Turkey’s GDP and as the 2008 value has been estimated to be 22 per cent, the change between 2001 and 2008 has been interpolated. Even so, the economic performance of these cities mirrors that of their respective nations and the e...

Percentage of European average GDP per person for every European region

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The maximal extent of the Hittite Empire ca. 1300 BC is shown in orange, the Egyptian sphere of influence in green. The approximate extent of the Hittite Old Kingdom under Hantili I (ca. 1590 BC) is shown in red.

from Business Insider

$50 TRILLION IN DEBT: This is what the '3rd wave' of the 2008 financial crisis looks like

The explosion in China's corporate debt is astounding. As a proportion of GDP, the rise since the third quarter of 2008 is more than twice and the next-largest increase in the developing world (Turkey).

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Turkey's economic growth soars in first quarter of 2016 / 4.8 pct GDP growth rate beat analyst expectations of 4.4 pct