Turkey’s Green Reconciliation Working Group, which was formed under the leadership of the Ministry of Commerce, will intensify its activities in order to remove barriers to foreign trade and ensure the green transformation of companies.
The steps to be taken towards the green transformation in Turkey are important not only in terms of preserving its integration with the European Union but also in terms of both protecting and improving the country’s competitiveness in exports, its position in value chains, and its share in international direct investments.
The Customs Union will act as an important anchor to prepare Turkey for the green transformation in world trade and the economy. The free movement of goods provided in industrial products between Turkey and the EU, harmonization of technical legislation and common foundations in quality infrastructure will provide significant advantages compared to many third countries for the rapid adaptation of the country to the Green Deal.
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