Migration In Turkiye.

Turkey, which sought an outlet for surplus population, and Germany which faced labor shortages as its economy boomed. Subsequent agreements were signed with other European countries, including Austria, Belgium, France, the Netherlands, and Sweden.Currently 3.2 million Turkish nationals live in Europe, according to one estimate . Later, coinciding with the economic boom after the 1973 oil crisis, smaller numbers of economic migrants left for countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), such as Iraq, Libya, and Saudi Arabia. At the same time, in the other direction, Turkey has had a long-standing policy of promoting immigration compatible with the Notably, a reversal of net migration flows occured after 1980 and affected labour market performance.From 1970 -80 around  660.000 emigrants  reduced population  growth on average by 0,6 percent, while from 1981 – 2001 ,3.0  million  immigrants  raised growth  0.7 percent. 


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