Tüpraş won the award for Turkey's largest company.

The Capital 16 Turkey's Top 500 Private Companies Research award ceremony, which brought together the most important companies of Turkey and was held for the 500th time this year, was held at the Conrad Hotel. In addition to the Minister of Economy Zafer Çağlayan, Capital Magazine Editorial Director Rauf Ateş, Vodafone Turkey Chief Executive Officer Serpil Timuray, Turkish Airlines (THY) General Manager Temel Kotil, SANKO Holding Chairman Abdulkadir Konukoğlu, as well as many names from the business world. joined. At the ceremony, Tüpraş was the biggest company in Turkey, followed by Petrol Ofisi and Turkish Airlines, respectively. The Honor Award at the night went to Kamil Yazıcı, the founder of Anadolu Group. His daughter Hülya Elmalıoğlu received the award on behalf of Yazıcı.

REACHING THE 2023 TARGETS IS OUR DEBT

Explaining Turkey's 500 targets at the Capital 2023 ceremony, Economy Minister Zafer Çağlayan said, “In 2023, we will increase our exports to 500 billion dollars and our national income to 2 trillion dollars. I am in the wing of what we can easily do if we continue to grow at an average annual rate of 4,5-5 percent.” Stating that Turkey's population will be over 2023 million in 82, Çağlayan said, “We cannot reach your 2023 targets with the way and system we have come so far. We need a change of scissors, a mental change and transformation," he said. Stating that the targets should be reached in 100, the 2023th anniversary of the Republic, Çağlayan said, “2023 is the date that we owe to Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and our ancestors. We have an obligation to reach these ideals in 2023. This is our duty," he said.

WE DID NOT ACHIEVE THE GOAL WE WANTED FOR INDUSTRIALIZATION

Underlining that industrialization is the only way for Turkey to reach its 2023 goals, Çağlayan said, “As the Minister, I would like to share that despite such success, we could not achieve the goal we wanted in terms of industrialization. Today, the industry has fallen to 16 percent of GNP. Whereas, Germany is at the level of 29 percent. The share of goods exports in GNP is 18 percent, and 41 percent in Germany. In 2023, we aim for the share of exports in national income to be 25 percent. However, Germany has a 41 percent share of exports today.”
AWARDS

THE LARGEST COMPANIES IN TURKEY
1- Tüpraş
2- OMV Petrol Ofisi
3- Turkish Airlines

COMPANIES THAT INCREASED THE TURNOVER THE MOST
1- Sanko Energy
2- Onsa Jewelery
3- Dumankaya Construction

MOST PROFITABLE COMPANIES
1- Turk Telekom
2- Turkcell
3- Enka Construction

COMPANIES THAT INCREASED THE MOST PROFITS
1- Namet Food
2- Borusan Logistics
3- Borusan Automotive

MOST EXPORTING COMPANIES
1- Tüpraş
2- Arcelik
3- Ford Otosan

COMPANIES THAT INCREASED THE MOST EXPORTS
1- Koluman Motor Vehicles
2- Telpa
3- Kipaş Mensucat

COMPANIES WITH THE MOST EMPLOYMENT
1- Turk Telekom
2- Arcelik
3- TAV Airports

COMPANIES THAT INCREASED EMPLOYMENT THE MOST
1- Istanbul Gold Refinery
2- IDO
3- CVS Machine

HONORARY AWARD
Kamil Yazıcı, founder of Anadolu Group

Tüpraşş

 

Source : Hurriyet

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