Turkish Enterprise and Business Confederation (TÜRKONFED) published a report titled "European Green Deal and SMEs" in order to consider the process of change that started with the European Green Deal (EGD) within the framework of SMEs. In the report, which stated that the European Union is the largest export market and import provider of Turkey, it was pointed out that SMEs, which have an important share in the economy, will play a key role in this change, therefore EGD an opportunity.
TURKONFED Published the "European Green Deal and SMEs" Report
May 2, 2021 / Istanbul - The European Green Deal (EGD) which was published two years ago by the European Commission in order to neutralize the climate of Europe by 2050 and to ensure the sustainability of the EU economy, is particular concern to the business world. Especially because of the Carbon Border Adjustment (CBA) mechanism, which is planned to be implemented in 2023 at the latest, adaptation of enterprises to this transformation is of great importance.
Turkish Enterprise and Business Confederation (TÜRKONFED) published a report titled "European Green Deal and SMEs" in order to consider The European Green Deal’s process of change within the framework of SMEs. In the report while considering the roles of SMEs in the scope of green growth, the obstacles and opportunities, the potential effects of SKD on SMEs were also calculated. TURKONFED's report also includes comparisons between Turkey and other OECD countries, while evaluating SMEs' resource efficiency and digitalization from the perspective of policies to be implemented within the scope of the “European Green Deal”.
Executive Summary: https://turkonfed.org/Files/ContentFile/executivesummary-9217.pdf
Entire of the report: https://turkonfed.org/tr/detail/3436/avrupa-yesil-mutabakati-ve-kobiler