A Investigation In Respect Of Sub-Sectors Of Contribution To Turkey’S Export And Gdp Of Bingol Province
Interregional socio-economic development differences is seen in Turkey as in other countries. Generally, particularly Eastern Anatolia, Mountainous regions of the Black Sea and some regions of Southeastern Anatolia are well below of Turkey’s average income in terms of income, employment and general welfare. It is obvious that socio-economic development level of Bingöl is well below the country average. Bingol is relatively less developed provinces even in the Eastern Anatolia where the least developed region in Turkey is. When we examine in terms of sub-sectors of Bingöl’s export, the view is quite variable and unstable as the years. Exports of industrial sector in the province are much higher than in the agricultural sector exports. Development, both in Eastern Anatolia Region, and Bingöl can be achieved by selecting high-sectoral commitment to the forward and backward coefficients.
Volume (Year): 21 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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