The agricultural sector accounts for roughly 10% of total exports in the country. The country is known for producing many exotic vegetables and fruits due to its rich topography and fertile soil, including hazelnuts, cherries, figs, olives, lemons, grapefruits, and almonds. Turkish fisheries contribute significantly to the agricultural sector.
The tourism industry is one of Turkey's fastest growing industries. The country has been ranked as the sixth most popular tourist destination due to its exotic locations, scenery, warm beaches, luxury hotels, and culinary excellence. Despite recent terrorist attacks and internal domestic disputes, the industry is expected to rebound in 2020. The government is willing to invest more in this sector because it is a thriving industry with potential for future growth.
Turkey's manufacturing sector is diverse and produces a wide range of goods. Manufacturing, which includes everything from steel to textiles, locomotives, and electronic goods, is one of the country's most profitable industries. It is a major manufacturer of televisions and home appliances. Textile manufacturing is the largest contributor to this sector, bringing in millions of dollars each year.