"For the success of the measures and objectives of the economic program announced by the government, the business world has offered its committed support. We will overcome current financial difficulties in solidarity with our people," the statement read.
The statement said it was important to preserve the capacity of production and employment in the real economy sector and pointed to the need to tighten the Turkish central Bank's monetary policy to stabilize exchange rates.
Turkey's Central Bank said on Monday it will provide all the liquidity needed by banks as part of measures taken to support the Turkish lira.
The same day, Erdogan said that Turkey was preparing to conduct trade through national currencies with its major partners, including Russia and China.