Aybar also expressed that new demand for investments may arise soon. Noting that this is directly related to the current atmosphere in Turkey and citizen's current buying mode, Aybar states that the continuing of these conditions are dependent on trust in the market, the continuing balance of macro economics and stability.
Aybar shares that they did not face difficulties last year, however this year 850-900 thousand vehicles are expected to test the market, and therefore 2011 may experience a market at the very least, similar to last year.
Drawing attention to the fact that there are a number of problems in the surrounding geography, Aybar states that Turkey's maintenance of a strong macroeconomic balance has resulted in driving expectations to a positive end.
'TURKEY WILL BECOME A BASE'
went on to comment of the recent ruling by the government regarding VAT taxes on electric
vehicles. "Our government has put forth their support with the dropping of VAT taxes.. The government announced that vehicles under 85 kilowatts of engine strength will only be charged three percent VAT, We truly respect this decision."