Turkey's roaring economy has earned it the nickname "New Tiger" among foreign investors - who are pouring money into a country that spans Europe, Asia and the Middle East in one of the most volatile regions of the world.
Is that a risky investment strategy? Most experts say no. With its security provided by its NATO membership and a secular government in place, Turkey is a stable country.
"The risk-reward ratio of investing in Turkey at the moment is possibly one of the highest in the world," said Serkan Gur, executive director at Crossbridge Capital.
It's one of the safest houses in a dodgy emerging markets neighborhood. Turkey weathered the global financial crisis better than most, and is rewarding investors with growth spurred by a young and educated workforce, modern infrastructure, a large domestic market, multiple free trade agreements and a liberal and reformist investment climate.
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