Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkey's Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci has signaled a potential change in the law on the Central Bank
HONG KONG - Agence France-Presse
Chinese financial hub Hong Kong tops the list of the world’s freest environments to do business for the 20th consecutive time, with North Korea ranking as the worst, an NGO study reveals
Fitch Ratings issued a second statement about Turkey in three days, saying a further prolonged decline in the currency would put pressure on Turkish companies’ ratings.
PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia - Agence France-Presse
Malaysia and Turkey pledged to wrap up a free-trade deal this year to boost bilateral ties as previous targeted completion dates have been missed
The maelstrom in Turkish politics that erupted after a high-level graft probe has also laid bare the differences among the country’s leading business organizations
SHANGHAI - Reuters
The decision of China’s stock regulator to strengthen supervision of new listings has prompted five Chinese companies to delay
their initial public offerings (IPOs), hitting Beijing’s reformist drive to at least ‘partially’ liberalize stock markets
WASHINGTON - Agence France-Presse
Lawmakers proposed empowering US trade negotiators to push ahead major deals with Pacific Rim and European Union nations, but the move faces stiff opposition.
The Turkish government imposed a record amount of tax penalties last year by more than doubling the collected tax fine under tighter financial controls over companies.
Operations at Çukuralan field of Turkish gold mining firm Koza Altın have resumed nine days after being halted by local authorities.
ISTANBUL - Reuters
Many analysts think the Turkish Lira may start to recover in the coming months despite its current record-low values due to the graft probe
ISTANBUL – Reuters
The lira has hit record lows several times since Dec. 17, when a wide-ranging graft probe began with a series of arrests that led to the resignation of three ministers
MANAGUA - Agence France-Presse
President Daniel Ortega and Chinese tycoon Wang Jing said plans to start building a $40-billion canal across the Central American country were on track for late 2014
ANKARA - Reuters
Halkbank is to keep mediating Turkey’s gas and oil payments to Iran, Ali Babacan said
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