Turkey, Ankara, 3 June / corr Trend A.Alasgarov / The Turkish Prime Minister Rejeb Tayyip Erdogan, who participated in the 63rd General Assembly of the Turkish Union of Chambers and Exchanges, delivered a report on the state of country's economy.
Erdogan said that his Government did not intend to get involved in populism, STAR newspaper writes.
He said that the world attaches great important to Turkey, which has succeeded to boost its significance considerably over the past period.
"In 2008, per capita income in Turkey will constitute $10,000 and the Government is putting tremendous efforts to increase it to $15,000," Erdogan said.
In May, Turkey's export made up $12.281mln and beat its own record for the level of monthly export in the history of the country. This sum is more by 11.6 times than the annual export of Turkey in 1989. Along with indices of May, over the past 12 months Turkey's export has risen by 28.42% to $120bln.