A report published by the World Bank today indicates that Turkey is ranked second in the list of emerging countries with the most infrastructure investments in 2014. The report, titled the 2014 Private Participation in Infrastructure database, included 139 emerging countries. It indicated that Turkey was ranked second, after Brazil, in making the highest commitments
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Turkey ranks second in the world in infrastructure investments
World Bank: Turkey ranks second in the world in infrastructure investments
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