GERMANY• Face measurement : 357 000 km2• Population : 83,029,536• Administrative Mode : Republican• Capital : Berlin• Important cities : Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, Essen, Frankfurt• Language : German• Religion : Christianity• Currency : Euro
History of Germany• Bismarck, the German Empire in 1871, providing the German unity founded. The economy was achieved great successes in the field of science and culture. I. World War II resulted in the defeat of Germany. Proclamation of the Republic by a popular uprising. In 1939, Germany invaded Poland on Britain and France declared war on Germany and II. World War II output. As a result of the U.S. enter the war alongside the Allies, Germany surrendered and was occupied. U.S., France and Britain in occupied West Germany, USSR, East Germany, was established in the occupied area. Reforms in the Soviet Union in 1989, encouraged the East German people embarked on demonstrations for democratic reforms. November 1989, the "Berlin Wall" fell. 3 October 1990 in two German state, under the constitution of the united Federal Republic of Germany.
Boundaries of Germany• Denmark in the north, south, Switzerland and Austria, the Czech Republic and Poland in the east, west, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium and France is surrounded by.
Germanys Place Forms• Northern part of the plains, the middle part of the mountains, plateaus and mountains are also located in the southern part of Germany.• Elbe, Danube, Weser and Rhine rivers in Germany.
Population of Germany• The population of 83 029 536dır compared to 2001. Around six million foreigners live in the country.
Germanys Economic Activities• Although there is a very rich underground resources are highly developed industry. Coal and Lignite is the most important underground wealth. Natural gas also available. Agriculture and livestock developed. Forestry provides a major contribution to national economy. The worlds largest automobile manufacturers. Worlds second largest country in terms of foreign trade after the United States .
Agriculture• Less than 5% of the active population work in agriculture .• Efficiency is very high due to the use of modern methods in agriculture .• The most important agricultural products, potatoes, cereals, sugar beet and grapes .• Potato production is one of the worlds foremost countries .• Agricultural production of foodstuffs from the outside is not self-sufficient .
Livestock• Germany, pigs, cattle, sheep and poultry are raised. Crop and Livestock Livestock is more. Meat and dairy animals are fed high yield. Production of animal products has more than enough
Mining and Energy• Not only in terms of coal and lignite in Germany self-sufficient in six sources. Oil, natural gas and other mineral raw materials shall be imported .
Industry• The most advanced industrial country after the United States. German heavy industry, the Ruhr Basin, Dortmund and Bremen were collected around. Germany, is one of the worlds largest iron and steel manufacturers. One of the most important branches of industry to the automotive industry. This chemical, petrochemical, electronics, ceramics, paper, shipbuilding, textiles, optical instruments, industrial and so on. tracks.
Transportation• Countries in the world with one of the most modern transportation systems. Highly developed network of railways. And runs a computer-controlled high-speed trains between major cities of the country. Very large share of public transport rail system. Europes best highway system was established in Germany. Air transport is also very developed. The city of Frankfurt, Europes largest airport has. Transportation holds an important place in the rivers and canals.
Trade• Germanys trade is very advanced. State of the worlds second largest after the United States in terms of economic power, Imports than exports. Exports: medical supplies, machinery, electronic goods, motor vehicles, especially for automobiles, chemicals, iron and steel, ship and weapon. Imports: petroleum, foodstuffs, raw materials and a variety of means. More trade with the countries of the European Union does. Intense commercial relations with other countries in the U.S., Japan and Taiwan.
Germany - Turkey Relations• Turkey - the commercial and political relations between Germany are highly developed. Germany is ranked first in Turkeys foreign trade. Turkey, machinery, electrical equipment, optical instruments, chemicals, dye stuffs, iron - steel, motor vehicles, sells. Turkey, fruits, vegetables, leather products and textile products, color television receivers, automobile spare parts and takes a variety of raw materials.
Germany - Turkey Relations• Turkish citizens in Germany are faced with many problems. These xenophobia, childrens education, cultural conflict, adherence issues, and the breakdown of families. Turkey, religious citizens in Germany, to meet the social and cultural needs, teacher, and sends a cleric. In these areas, bilateral agreements have been signed with Germany.
Germany - Turkey Relations• There is a history of relations between Turkey and Germany. Always live up to the present relations of the two countries remained the Ottoman Empire. After 1960, many citizens went to work in this country. Still, approximately 2,000.000 Turks living in Germany along with their spouses and children. Over time, employers today have become a part of Turkish citizens. More than 40,000 business premises belonging to the Turks i have found. There is also a huge business centers and factories in these establishments. A portion of their earnings in foreign currency and the economy of the Turks pathways contribute to our country.
Turkeys Foreign Trade Germany Almanya 16% ABD Diğer 9% 46% İtalya 8% Fransa İngiltere 6% Hollanda Rusya 6% 3% 6%