Turkey’s treasury and finance minister said Tuesday that the country will be implementing policies that will maximize credibility for both domestic and foreign investors.
“We will implement policies to boost credibility for investors. No one will be left with question marks in their minds,” Treasury and Finance Minister Lütfi Elvan told the virtual International Investment Forum.
“We will solve every issue in line with the market economy and in a transparent, accountable, rational and predictable way,” Elvan said.
The five-day virtual forum that started Monday is being organized by the International Investors Association (YASED).
Elvan’s remarks follow President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s pledges to improve the investment environment with additional reforms.
“In the upcoming period, we will further improve the investment environment with additional reforms in this area,” Erdoğan told the summit on Monday.