The Turkish Treasury and Finance Ministry unveiled the country's Economic Reform Action Plan on late Tuesday, APA reports.
The action plan contains several measures under 10 main titles – including public finance, price stability, financial sector, current deficit, employment, corporate governance, investment incentives, easing internal trade, rivalry and market surveillance.
The ministry’s action plan covers detailed measures and a calendar.
All measures under the plan will be implemented until March 2023.
Earlier this month, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had announced details of the new economic reform package.