In Turkey, the country of more than 2.5 million, the government has set the goal of producing at least 1 million Turkish workers by 2020.
But not everyone in Turkey is on board.
In fact, as The New York Times reported, the Turkish government has decided that the best way to ensure the country’s future prosperity is by making it harder for foreign workers to enter.
“Turkey is the only country in the world that allows foreign workers who are under the age of 30 to enter without paying a premium,” said Sefa Cetin, the president of the Turkey-based Council for Turkish Entrepreneurship.
“They can’t take jobs from the locals.
Cetin added that the government’s policies have also been counterproductive. “
And so the government is trying to discourage people from coming.”
Cetin added that the government’s policies have also been counterproductive.
“If the government wants to attract more foreigners, they need to have the guts to say, ‘We’ll do everything to stop people from entering.
And when they come, we’ll take them into our country.'”
That said, the lack of economic incentives for foreign entrepreneurs is not the only obstacle to the countrys ability to keep its workforce strong.
The country has a massive number of illegal migrants, many of whom enter illegally.
The United Nations has documented over 700,000 cases of migrants who are now in detention in Turkey.
And while it is illegal to bring in refugees from the war in Syria, the number of Syrians in Turkey has grown rapidly.
The UNHCR estimates that there are between 100,000 and 400,000 Syrian refugees in Turkey alone.
“The government is not doing enough,” Cetal said.
“It is not making the right decisions.
And I don’t think they are listening to the voices of the people.”
Turkey is a key country in NATO, and has been a major ally of the U.S. In the last three years, the U of S has given more than $1 billion to the Turkish military, and the U, as a NATO ally, has provided more than 100 billion Turkish Liras (about $1.8 billion) to the NATO-member country.
The Turkish government is also an important source of business for the U’s military and security contractors.
The U has contracts with many of Turkey’s leading companies including the defense giant Raytheon, which is based in the country.
Turkish officials have defended these deals, saying they are critical to the military’s ability to defend Turkey.
But even with the generous aid, some Turkish businesses are still struggling to stay afloat.
One of the most important companies in Turkey, a food manufacturer called Zemmour, is on the verge of bankruptcy, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The company has struggled for years to pay back debt from the military, as well as to pay the wages of its employees.
Zemmeror was acquired by Turkish billionaire Fethullah Gulen in 2014, and since then, it has faced criticism for paying workers below the minimum wage and failing to comply with social welfare laws.
Zemmerors CEO has been arrested several times in connection with the company’s financial woes.
Turkish authorities have been cracking down on its business activities.
Zimmeror, which owns and operates grocery stores, restaurants and bars, recently announced it would shut down, according The Wall St. Journal.
The Zemmoras bankruptcy filing comes after the company was recently forced to close its last remaining grocery store.
The closing of the Zemmet’s last grocery store was scheduled to take place in June.
“We’ve been trying to close all our stores,” Zemman said in a statement to the WSJ.
“The government has been pressuring us for a long time, and now the time has come.”