LONDON

Turkish start-ups, which received $93 million investments last year, draw the attention of foreign investors. 

Lastly, on-demand delivery application Getir, which means “Bring” in Turkish, received $38 million investment from a group of foreign investors under the leadership of Sir Michael Moritz, a renown investor in Silicon Valley. 
Foreign investors have invested in 15 Turkish start-up firms in 2019, according to a research website startups.watch. They are expected to invest more in Turkish enterprises after Moritz’s investment in the country. 

Alex Ham, the CEO of the London-based institutional stockbroker and corporate advisor Numis Securities, said: “Getir has been a very

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