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Elements of the 2023 vision
- Become one of the top ten world economies (13th currently)
- Gross domestic product of $1 trillion by 2014 (not met ) ($0.861 trillion nominally (2015) $1.756 trillion PPP (2017))
- Gross domestic product of $2 trillion by 2023
- Increase annual Turkish exports to $500 billion ($150 billion in 2016)
- Per capita income of $25,000 (average gross salary was $12 000 in 2015 )
- Foreign trade volume of $1 trillion
- Increase the employment rate by 10 points to a working population of 30 million (met by 2016 with 30.2 million employed in labour force )
- Reduce the unemployment rate to 5 percent (11.8% in 2016 )
- Build 20,000 Megawatt installed capacity of wind energy and 600 Megawatt installed capacity of geothermal energy
- Reduce energy consumption to 20 percent below 2010 levels through improved efficiency
- Three operating nuclear power plants and those plants are expected to have an installed capacity of 14,700 Megawatt.
Turkey's foreign-policy objectives and vision as articulated by former Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu:
|“||First, Turkey aims to achieve all EU membership conditions and become an influential EU member state by 2023 however President Erdogan called for a referendum after Britain's decision on leaving European Union on June, 23 2016. Second, it will continue to strive for regional integration, in the form of security and economic cooperation. Third, it will seek to play an influential role in regional conflict resolution. Fourth, it will vigorously participate in all global arenas. Fifth, it will play a determining role in international organizations and become one of the top 10 largest economies in the world.
To achieve them, Turkey must make progress in all directions and in every field, take an interest in every issue related to global stability, and contribute accordingly.
- 100 percent participation in health insurance systems
- Raise the number of physicians per 100,000 people to 210 physicians (175 currently)
- Build 11 thousand kilometers of new railway and expand the high-speed train network
- Build 15 thousand kilometers of divided highway
- Grow ports to number among world's 10 largest
- Domestically produced airplanes, unmanned aerial vehicles and satellite
- Be the fifth largest tourist destination (6th currently)
- Host 50 million visitors per year (42 million at its peak in 2014)
- Obtain 50 billion USD of tourism revenue (26 billion at its peak)
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