CEO 360 on Turkey Minerals Market Opportunity

Market Potential and Downstream Opportunities for Selected Minerals & Metals

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This report takes a close look at Turkey's place in the world as a valued destination for mining. Turkey possesses 73.5% of the world’s boron reserves and 40% of the world’s marble reserves. There are about 60 different minerals and metals and 4,500 mineral deposits in Turkey. Mining activities have increased significantly in Turkey, especially the exploration and production of boron, feldspar, pumice, gold, and chromite. This report covers the macro trends, supply demand scenario, investment opportunities, economic scenario and its impact on the Turkish mining industry. The base year of the study is 2012 and the forecast period is 2013–2018.

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CEO 360 on Turkey Minerals Market Opportunity, Showcasing Turkey as a Growing Center of MiningHomePageTitle and ContentsIntroductionAgenda and Why TurkeyMacro Level AnalysisTurkey's Economy and where Stands Mining from the Aggregate ViewpointMarket Opportunities Turkey Mining IndustryDrivers and Strategic Factsheet of Important MineralsKey Conclusions and RecommendationsInsightsAppendixOther InformationThe Frost and Sullivan StoryHistory and Background of Frost & Sullivan




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