Today, with the rapid growth of technology and knowledge, the borders between countries have disappeared. These developments provided the improvement of trade and logistics as well as making it a competitive tool. Not only companies but also countries have participated in the competition process by producing projects. The New Silk Road Project launched by China in 2013 is a multilateral and comprehensive project. It foresees creating an economic belt on the route that is crossed by intercontinental land and sea routes. For this reason, it is of great importance for the global economy. Turkey serves as a bridge linking the continents in The New Silk Road Project. In this study, The New Silk Road Project has been examined in terms of Turkey under the scope of foreign trade and freight transport. This study tried to determine the approach of Turkey for initiative and the effects of Turkey on foreign trade and freight transport. Increased relations with China and this initiation will increase the trade volume of Turkey. At the same time, due to the infrastructure projects financed by the enterprise, physical infrastructure deficiencies will be eliminated. Having a very high potential, Turkey has the advantage of being a logistic base by evaluating project opportunities.
Foreign Trade, The New Silk Road Project, Silk Road, China