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According to a recent Jones Lang LaSalle survey of European supply chain managers
“Turkey offers all attributes required to become an emerging logistics market. It’s geographic location bridging Europe with Middle Eastern, Asian and African countries is ideal to make it an international logistics hub, it’s economy is growing strongly based on a stable political framework, there have been and are still significant investments in infrastructure, a large and young population base offers a huge labour pool which is increasingly well trained, domestic consumer spending is on the rise and foreign direct investment has significantly picked up over recent years” comments Alexandra Tornow, Head of EMEA Logistics & Industrial at Jones Lang LaSalle.
“We expect a number of recent reforms - which also sustained ongoing increasing transparency in the Turkish real estate market as shown in our latest Real Estate Transparency Index (June 2012) – as well as the countries’ significant retail market and increasing trade flows to drive demand for more effective distribution and as a result an accelerating development of modern logistics space” she adds.
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