Turkey has the opportunity to export tourism to the rest of the world, but it also has a huge opportunity to open itself up to the world and become a destination that people can enjoy without borders.
In an interview with The American Conservatives, Tariq Nasir, chief executive of Turkey’s state-run tourism agency, said the country has an opportunity to develop its tourism industry as a result of its economic growth.
Turkey has seen significant economic growth in recent years and is also a major trading partner with Europe and the United States.
Tourism is one of the most important industries in Turkey, which is the second-largest economy in the world after the United Kingdom.
The country has attracted more than $2 billion in foreign direct investment (FDI) in the past three years.
The agency has also been working with local governments to promote tourism to help grow the economy.
“There is a need for tourism, but we need to find the right partners,” Nasir said.
“In the beginning, we had to look to the European Union and the U.S. to help us develop.
Now we can look to Turkey as an example of a place where we can develop tourism.”
Turkey is already one of Europe’s top destinations for visitors.
The tourism sector accounts for about a quarter of GDP and is expected to grow at an annual rate of 10% this year, according to the World Bank.
The economy is expected for an additional $4.5 billion in 2018.
Turkey’s tourism industry is highly fragmented.
There are about 300 tourist hotels, more than 20 million square meters of land and a total of 8,000 hotel rooms in the country.
But the country is struggling to attract new foreign visitors.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan recently signed an agreement with the European Commission that allows the establishment of a European-funded, state-of-the-art tourist office in Turkey.
He also pledged to boost Turkey’s tourist industry with an investment of $3 billion in 2019.
The government hopes to attract visitors from around the world through tourism, which accounts for just 3% of its GDP.
Nasir is optimistic about Turkey’s future.
“We have the chance to do more and more with tourism.
If the country continues to grow, we will be able to open up the doors for more tourism.”