In the first years of the Republic, the state gave priority to the production of sugar, cotton, flour, coal, fuel and iron in order to provide import substitution. With the establishment of the state planning organization, industrialization has become more important. Especially the government of the time and the industrial establishments producing the internal pazars by this organization were supported but after a while the effect decreased. On this basis, an understanding of the industry emerged that emphasized the production of short-term consumer goods. In consumer electronics, Vestel has become Europe’s largest television producer. In textile clothing, Turkish companies made 76.33% of their clothing exports to EU member countries. In 2008, it became the 5th largest producer of Europe in the automotive and motor vehicles sector. Turkey ranks 8th among the countries that produce iron and steel. Turkey’s most competitive, comes at the beginning of the construction sector is the most dynamic sector.