A Survey about the Expectations of Turkish Companies from the State on Financing

Talat İçöz

Abstract


In Turkey for companies to achieve more abundant and cheaper financial products and services, as a demander, an organiser and a supporting power, state’s positive contributions play an important role. In this context, the Turkish companies’ expectation from the state were tried to be determined. For this purpose, from January to August 2019 a questionnaire was delivered to 350 companies among which 328 were found to be valid. Primarily the general and financial structures of the companies were determined and then their expectation from the state was found. As of the consequences; companies generally require the state to support companies through monetary incentive and tax incentive. Even though the requirements of the companies alter as to companies' sizes, one of the most important choices is the easing of guarantees.


Keywords


Financial Requirements, Expectations from the Government, Incentives

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