The pie charts illustrate the contribution of several different industry sectors of Turkey’s economy in the year 2000 and 2016.
Looking at the pie charts, it is clearly seen that agriculture accounted for the majority of industry sectors of Turkish economy in 2000. In addition, healthcare and Education became the largest percentage of the economy of Turkey in 2016. On the other hand, Construction hit the lowest point in the year 2000. Besides, Finance, Business and Other made up the lowest proportion of Turkish economy in 2016.
Agriculture reached the highest point with 24%, followed by both Leisure and Hospitality, and Healthcare and Education at 17%, and Trade, Utilities and Transportation at 14% in the year 2000. Inaddition, Government made up 12%. Then in 2016, there was a considerably decline of 10%,and 3% in Agriculture, and Government respectively. The year 2016 saw an decline of 3% in Leisure and Hospitality, whereas Healthcare and Education remain unchanged. However, Trade, Utilities and Transportation underwent a slight increase to 16% .
Construction hit the trough at 3% in 2000. At the same time, Manufacturing, and Finance, Business and other occupied 8%, 5% in turn. In 2016,a upward trend was seen in Manufacturing, Construction, and Finance, Business, and Other. 10% belonged to construction. Besides, manufacturing and Finance, Business and Other accounted for 12%, 8% respectively.