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The country’s tourism industry is reeling from the tourism slump in Turkey, which has seen its economy sink to its lowest level in years.
The Tourism Ministry in Istanbul says that the tourism sector is suffering from a number of factors including a severe decline in tourism revenue due to an economic downturn in Turkey.
The tourism sector has also been hit by the economic downturn, with many resort resorts having lost money, with hotel occupancy falling by a third, and some resorts in Istanbul reporting record low occupancy numbers.
Tourism has become an important part of the economy in Turkey in recent years, as it helps to boost the economy and attract tourists from all over the world.
The country has attracted millions of tourists from around the world, and is the third-largest source of foreign exchange income for Turkey after the United States and the European Union.
In March, Tourism Minister Bekir Bozdag said that he hopes the government will implement measures to increase the number of foreign tourists, to help boost tourism and the economy, but that such measures would have to be implemented slowly.
According to the latest official statistics from the Turkish Ministry of Tourism, there are more than 1.6 million foreign tourists in Turkey each month, which is down from 1.9 million in March.
The country’s economic downturn has hit tourism particularly hard.
“Tourism is a key part of our economy and our people’s livelihoods.
We need to find solutions to increase tourism and attract more tourists and foreign exchange into the country.
We cannot afford to fall behind in this market and this will only bring more pain for the tourism industry and its citizens,” Bozdiag told reporters on March 3.
But he did not offer any concrete solutions to solve the problem, and the Ministry of Culture and Tourism (BKK) told Vice News that it has no immediate plans to do so.
Last year, BKK said that it is currently considering various options to boost tourism, including a series of initiatives aimed at increasing tourist arrivals and reducing the costs of accommodation.
A recent study by the European Commission estimated that Turkey is one of the world’s least-developed countries, with unemployment levels that are well above the OECD average and an economy that is struggling to adapt to a rapidly changing global economy.