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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
What is our elites’ problem with the Internet? Let me tell you the brief answer: They simply don’t know what it is for.
Now that the people of Turkey have voted, we now have to decide what they have said. The first question:
Turkish markets have been interesting to watch lately. I see a kind of serenity in them, if not optimism in the last two or three days.
Twitter was on when I went to bed Thursday night (March 20). There was no twitter when I woke up Friday morning (March 21). So started the eradication campaign the prime minister promised.
Turkey is still a country in flux. Its economic transition started in the early 1980s with price liberalization.
Turks have a new pastime. They are addicted to listening to and commenting on the wiretappings of their leaders. It’s like watching a car crash – you can’t look away
I was at a meeting on the Dead Sea, Jordan this week. The meeting was between the Palestinians, Israelis, Turks, Jordanians, Egyptians and the Americans looking for economic cooperation possibilities in our complicated region.
Those words were uttered during the ceremony to lay the foundations of the third bridge over the Bosphorus.
The population of Jordan is less than 7 million, in comparison to Turkey’s more than 70 million.
Looking for a positive figure on the Turkish economy? Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) figures might help.
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