As I said time and time again, I'm not against foreign trade.In the first paragraph, that alone is proposing from a globalized market. Your current defense industry consists of imported materials as Turkey has few natural resources.
High tech industries like you proposed will require even more of that. Yes natural gas can substitute current gas imports.
But what you're proposing is an almost entire economic shift, which I don't see as possible.
Pakistan also had a fairly good defense industry until the 2000 but with the shortage of natural resources and UN restrictions on our weapons because they were ending up with African warlords, it has shrunk.
Most of what you wrote is self-sufficiency. Only thing is the markets for Turkish products and services is mostly abroad.
Turkish companies cannot survive just working in Turkey. They'll be out of business. All what you proposed is
Likewise for raw materials and components to propose high tech industries will need to be brought in from abroad as it is already doing.
For example Pakistan has a huge skill in producing surgical instruments even before the industrial revolution. But to meet global high-end demand, british machinery was needed to mass produce them.
Also if Pakistanis already living there should not work there, then there's no reason why turkish businesses operate in Pakistan.
No Pakistani airline currently flies to Turkey except for a few charter flights. Most Pakistani planes don't use Turkish airspace when flying to Europe.
Lots of Turkish companies have operated in Pakistan including construction business. And construction is a big part of Turkey's economy. Not so much for Pakistan as it has a mostly different economy.
Also if tourism is cut, then it'll be hard to redirect more than 59+ billion elsewhere and Turks working in it by the millions will have a hard time working elsewhere.
Construction companies go to Pakistan, build whatever, get paid, and **** off. If they are building things Pakistan can't build on its own, it's benefitial for both sides. Likewise Japanese construction companies build many bridges in Turkey. I was never against that, because it was something we couldn't do on our own.
We couldn't build this:
It bothers me that all the Turkish banks got bought out by foreign companies and it bothers me that we're not self sufficient, we import more than we export. These are problems but solution isn't just stopping all trade and economic cooperation.
frankly, I don't really care about this economic debate.
For me the most important thing is the protection of Turkish demographics and Turkish culture. I don't want to enter the train and see that everybody is a foreigner. I don't want to go outside and see all the signs are arabic now. If one day you woke up and saw that Islamabad was %20 Chinese, everybody speaking Chinese, Chinese shops everywhere, you ask directions to someone and they don't understand you ....you would be very much bothered. You don't need to hate the Chinese for this.