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With the fast expansion of the industrial sector in Bursa and the enormous number of industrial units there, as well as the rapid growth of the tourist and service sectors, Bursa began to attract workers, investors, and manufacturers, resulting in a surge in demand for residential properties and a percentage of acquired apartments in Bursa that is 10 times higher than in other cities, according to figures from the city's Real Estate Association.
Bursa also drew attention as Istanbul's heir, with its industrial city, illustrious infrastructure, and massive transportation improvements, including the last stretch of the Bursa Istanbul expressway over the Gulf of Izmit, which reduced the distance between the two cities to 1:35 minutes. Bursa also features Turkey's longest metro line, which connects the city's beginning and end in addition to the internal airport and sea transit.
Bursa is also a major location for Turkey's most significant industries, including automobiles (Peugeot, Rio, Fiat, and others), textiles, clothes, food, preservatives, and a variety of other businesses.
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