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Continuous investment in Turkey

Continuous investment in Turkey
Binali Y?ld?r?m, the Minister of Transportation Turkey told that although they cut investment allocations %10-16.5 back by 2009 budget, they would go on investments.

Binali Y?ld?r?m, the Minister of Transportation Turkey told that although they cut investment allocations %10-16.5 back by 2009 budget, they would go on investments.

Binali Y?ld?r?m, the Minister of Transportation Turkey told that although they cut investment allocations %10-16.5 back by 2009 budget, they would go on investments.

Having indicated that investments without a demand concern should be increased to allay the economic recession caused by global crisis, Binali Y?ld?r?m, The Minister of Transportation told: ?Within this scope, the investments in communication and transportation should proceed without interruption. A deduction in investments is not probable; the calendar might be prolonged at the most. We will definitely not cut back the investments, which are primary and necessary for Turkey. We will continue to produce our own source at a time when the general investment allocations are not sufficient.?

Binali Y?ld?r?m, The Minister of Transportation told that when they were in power, they exceeded their target of 15.000km in double roads and reached 15.358km and that they aimed 17.000km in 2009 and 22.500km in 2011.

Having said that they invested 6.5 billion TL in state roads and that it meant 4.5 times total allocation, Binali Y?ld?r?m said that they would transform more than one third of Turkey"s total road network into divided road and that by dividing the roads, injuries, deaths and accidents diminished significantly.

?The roads have no king, but rule.? Binali Y?ld?r?m told and said that they reached EU standards in land transportation and they would invest 200 million dollars in Kazan.

Binali Y?ld?r?m ended his press meeting stating that they would connect factories and ports with railways and build a railway connection between the north and the south of Black Sea by enabling the transportation between Russia and Turkey more affordable and more eco-friendly.

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