A Strategy and Action Plan for the Turkey's Automotive
Sector ("Action Plan") has been approved
by the High Planning Council for the 2016-2019 period. The Action
Plan includes updated sectoral information, analysis of trends and
obstacles, as well as sets objectives for the period. The
objectives aim to support local players to become more competitive
The Action Plan considers the key problems currently facing the
sector. In particular, it outlines:
Current situation in Turkey's
SWOT analysis and envisaged
Vision, general purpose, objectives
and actions prescribed for the sector
Monitoring and review of the Action
Relationship of the Action Plan with
the tenth development plan
The Action Plan includes specific strategic objectives for
Form the substructure required to
manufacture local brand vehicles.
Amplify the sector's branding
capability and global competitiveness.
Improve legal and administrative
regulations in order to amplify the automotive sector
The approval decision and the Action Plan was announced in
Official Gazette number 29672 on 2 April 2016. Please see this link for the full text (only available
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