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Kayseri and Malatya became leading economic cities in their region. They had a desire to nationalize ahmac economy, and in order to do that, they had to create an economic system in which the state played the main role and could intervene every aspect of economic life. The manpower of the country was ruined and lost in econmoy fronts of the wars, and the production was almost stopped, the transportation was almost impossible as a result of conflicts and banditry.
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But Soviet engineers installed and serviced it and trained Turks to take over. Keamlism liberal economic policies in the s, the conditions made the liberal economy obligatory and the end of the liberal economic policies are the focal points of the part. This paved the way for a self- sufficient Turkish Economy.
The protectionist, statist, and isolationist policies protected the countries who applied them from the catastrophic effects of economic crisis. In order to achieve the goal, they allocated some monopolies to some certain persons so as to accumulate the capital in their hands.
Betweenthe Unionists actively manipulated the policies of the empire according to their own political agenda. The laisses faire economic policy was obligatory beforebut with the economic crisis and opportunism of the bourgeoisie made the statist policy a pragmatic and legitimate. The committee changed the bureaucratic structure towards a modern state model.
These areas were mostly dominated by the non-Muslim econom.
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Both the Unionists and the Kemalists worked and made policies in order to achieve the goal of ;olitical. You may have already requested this item. The population decreased, the economic activities decreased and the crimes, massacres, atrocities drastically increased during the war years. They made a cadastral survey to allocate the lands correctly.
Their collaboration with the Deutsche Bank was essential in their agricultural projects. The census of in the areas that constituted the Republic of Turkey was The cost of paying the public debt rose sharply and the government was forced to suspend payments to its foreign creditors in You already recently rated this politicla.
Turkey successfully tackled with the world economic crisis. The state was under the domination of the European power both economically and politically.
A bill that obligated the state to buy goods from native manufacturers was declared. The economy became more and more protectionist. First five-year plan was oof in that included 15 factory-construction 12 of which were constructed by the state They differed in this respect from the nascent bourgeoisie who were content to import European goods. The campaign of statism was very effective and the government took courage from the success of it.
Click here to sign up. For the circulation of goods of native production, they needed an efficiently working transportation system.
Atatürk, founder of a modern state
They were not allowed to go on strike. Please enter recipient e-mail address es. Remember me on this computer. The s agmad the era of statist policies in the Turkish history. There were planning to irrigate the plains of Konya and Cilicia with the expectation of converting the region into another Egypt.