The pie charts compared how different the industrial sectors contributed to Turkey’s economy in the years 2000 and 2016.
Overall, while the figure for agriculture took up the largest proportion of the economy of Turkey, construction was the smallest sector in 2000. In comparison, healthcare and education contributed to the vast majority of Turkey's economy and the lowest percentage was made up by finance, business and other in the year 2016 .
In 2000, around 24% of contribution was from the agriculture sector, this figure decreased to almost a half in 2016. Economic outputs from government and leisure and hospitality accounted for about 12% and 17% respectively before the slight falling by 3% of both sectors over a 6-year period. By contrast, contribution from healthcare and education remained unchanged for years, at 17%.
The opposite trend could be seen when we look at Turkey’s economy in construction. This sector contributed to only 3% of all economic segments in 2000 and experienced a more than threefold to 10% in 2016. Similarly, ultilities and transportation saw a slight growth from nearly 14% to 16% during the period shown. At the beginning of the period, economic income from manufacturing and finance, business and other services made up around 8% and 5% relatively and these figures increased by 4% and 3% six years later.
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