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Domestic Production And Machinery Sector

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WHEN WE LOOK AT DEVELOPED COUNTRIES AND ECONOMIES, WE SEE THAT THEY HAVE PRODUCTION CAPACITIES IN COMMON.

THERE IS NO WEALTH WITHOUT PRODUCING; CONSUMPTION FIRST BRINGS ADDICTION AND THEN COLLAPSE TOGETHER. COUNTRIES CAN HAVE ADVANTAGES WITH THEIR GEOPOLITICAL POSITION AND NATURAL RESOURCES, BUT SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CANNOT BE ACHIEVED IF THIS CANNOT BE CROWNED BY PRODUCTION.

Our country has been in search of a production-based development since the establishment of the Republic. At the point where we come today, there is essentially a success. But it seems possible that we will achieve the goal of our country to become a strong economy by getting rid of the spiral of the middle income trap, if we develop our production ability. There are only two countries, Korea and Taiwan, which have risen from middle-income to high-income over the past 60 years. They based their main themes on three sectors: machinery, electronics and software. They concentrated their education systems, technology studies, organizations, incentives completely on this. The economic bottleneck we are in has once again shown how important production, high added value and exports are for a strong economy. Both the announced new economic program (YEP) and the statements of public managers express a production-based growth approach, which gives hope to us real sector actors. However, we have often heard about domestic and national production and localization programs.

No doubt, all products produced in our country are “Turkish goods”, but the Ministry of Industry and technology has put forward the concept of “domestic goods” with a communique issued. Accordingly, 51 percent and above domestic value added products manufactured with the control and approval of the relevant chamber can receive a Certificate of domestic goods. ” Domestic goods " certified products are provided with a 15 percent price advantage over those imported in public goods purchases, while a number of machines and equipment used in construction works and the material must be completely domestic. Finally, the Ministry of Commerce created the concept and logo of “domestic production” and required it to be present in product labels and sales documents. In this way, he started a very positive campaign for the preference of domestic products in public opinion. As a matter of fact, we, as a private sector, carry out studies for the promotion and preference of our domestic machines in the industry. These approaches are undoubtedly very appropriate, but in order for domestic products to be preferred, we need to produce high quality and relevant standards in all areas. Today, the domestic input rate in the production of our sector is 70 percent. But in our sector, although the ratio of exports to imports reaches 60 percent, we meet the domestic market by half with domestic products. One reason for this is that there are products that we cannot produce yet, and the other reason is that the perception of the priority of domestic goods developing in the public sector cannot yet be developed in the private sector. The machinery sector interacts with almost all manufacturing sectors with its multidisciplinary structure. However, given that manufacturing cannot be done without machinery, it is a supplier to all sectors. Therefore, as our country grows, more and more machines will be needed. Our main goal is to meet this need locally and nationally.