The Turkish government aims to reduce the unemployment rate to 5 percent in the framework of its 2023 vision, said Development Minister Cevdet Yılmaz during a meeting yesterday.
“We plan to decrease unemployment to 5 percent. The tenth five-year [development] plan, which we have been working on, is very important. We will present the plan, the first five-year period of our 2023 vision, to the public in the next weeks,” said Yılmaz during the meeting where a report titled “Turkey: Management of Labor Markets during Economic Volatility,” prepared jointly by Turkish Ministry of Development and the World Bank, was launched.
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