According to the estimation of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by provinces; İstanbul reached the highest GDP with 970 billion 189 million TL for the year 2017 and gained 31.2% of total GDP. İstanbul was followed by Ankara with 280 billion 581 million TL and 9.0% share and İzmir with 191 billion 468 million TL and 6.2% share. In the estimation of GDP by provinces, the last three provinces were Tunceli, Ardahan and Bayburt with 2 billion 787 million TL, 2 billion 276 million TL and 1 billion 812 million TL, respectively.
The first three provinces with the highest share of GDP accounted for 46.4% of total GDP of Turkey.The share of GDP by provinces, 2017
The highest GDP per capita was estimated for İstanbul with 65 041 TL in 2017
İstanbul reached the highest GDP per capita with 65 thousand 41 TL in 2017. İstanbul was followed by Kocaeli with 64 thousand 659 TL and Ankara with 52 thousand TL. In the estimation of GDP per capita, the last three provinces were Şanlıurfa, Van and Ağrı with 14 thousand 185 TL, 14 thousand 80 TL and 12 thousand 729 TL, respectively.
In 2017, GDP per capita for ten provinces were over the average of that of Turkey.GDP per capita index by provinces, 2017
In the industry sector, İstanbul ranked first with 29.0% share in 2017
İstanbul had the highest share in the industry sector in 2017 with 29.0% share. Ankara had the second place with 8.2% share and İzmir had the third place with 7.0%. In the industry sector, Iğdır, Ardahan and Bayburt had the lowest share with 0.04%, 0.02%, 0.02%, respectively.The share of industry sector by provinces, 2017
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Agriculture sector includes agriculture, forestry and fishing in the press release.
Industry sector includes mining and quarrying, manufacturing, electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply, water supply, sewerage, waste management and remediation activities and construction in this press release.
Services sector includes wholesale and retail trade, repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles, transportation and storage, accommodation and food service activities, information and communication, financial and insurance activities, real estate activities, professional, scientific and technical activities, administrative and support service activities, public administration and defence; compulsory social security, education, human health and social work activities, arts, entertainment and recreation, other service activities and activities of households as employers in this press release.