By Tuba Sahin
ISTANBUL (AA) - The government has put in vigorous effort to improve Turkey's rank in the World Bank's ease of doing business index, Deputy Premier Mehmet Simsek said Tuesday.
In his presentation on the Turkish economy at The World Business Angels Investment Forum, which is being backed by Anadolu Agency as the global communication partner for the second time, Simsek said the government had made it easier to establish a company in Turkey.
Simsek added Turkey needed more "angel investors".
The government remains focused on structural reforms in various sectors, especially in education in order to maintain economic strength, Simsek said.
He added that investments worth $900 billion were expected via China's "One Belt One Road" initiative, and Turkey was working with China in transportation projects as part of the trade corridor.