ISTANBUL, July 31 (Reuters) - Foreign direct investments (FDI) in Turkey this year are expected to amount to between $15-20 billion, a survey conducted by the International Investors Association of Turkey (YASED) showed on Tuesday. According to the results of the same survey, energy, financial services, automotive and sub-industry sectors will attract the highest investment amounts. FDI inflows to Turkey jumped 74 percent in 2011 to $15.7 billion. (Reporting ...
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