Turkish Minister of Economy Zafer Caglayan said on Sunday that the Turkish construction business sector assumed in July 40projects having the value of $2.3 billion.
Caglayan said that Turkish construction business sector carries on building up the world, adding, "In July, Turkishconstruction business sector assumed 40projects having the value of $2.3 billion in 27 different countries."
Caglayan stated that 2 power plants in Turkmenistan were valued at $545 million, 2 hydroelectric power plants had a value of $256 million, the housing project in Kazakhstan with a cost of $370 million, and 3 projects in Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan having the value of $217 million were some the most important assumed projects by Turkish construction business sector.
"The value of assumed 40 projects in July are more than totaly assumed projects in 2001," said Caglayan.
Caglayan said that Turkish construction companies assumed 154 projects in 27 different countries between January-July 2013, adding, "The value of these assumed projects is around $14 billion."