Erdogan unveils Turkey's second 100-day action plan
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan unveiled the second 100-day action plan of Turkey's new presidential Cabinet at the presidential palace in Ankara.
'Turkey has completed 340 of the 400 projects from the first 100-day action plan which was announced on August 3," Yeni Safak cited the Turkish leader as saying.
Erdogan stressed that the second 100-day plan will particularly focus on environmental and urban planning projects.
He said a 'Financial Stability and Development Committee' will be established to strengthen financial stability and develop the finance sector as well as a 'Development Fund' to boost private capital investments and generate alternative funding for high technology investments.
The Turkish President added that over 450 projects worth nearly $4.49 billion will be completed as part of a second 100-day action plan, after 340 of 400 projects from the first 100-day action plan unveiled on August 3.