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Growth in Turkey increased to 4 percent in 2015, reflecting stronger private and public consumption, but is expected to slow down to 3.5 percent in 2016 because of a more negative contribution from net exports compared to 2015, according to the April edition of the World Bank’s Turkey Regular Economic Brief
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The Turkish government, which targeted 4 percent growth in its program for the 2015, has not had a very positive start. Estimates show that the first quarter’s growth rate did not exceed the growth rate of the first quarter of 2014 - in other words there has been a 'zero growth.'
İZMİR – Doğan News Agency
Turkey’s biggest fair area, located in the Gaziemir district of the Aegean province of İzmir, officially opened with the start of the MARBLE International Natural Stone and Technologies Fair on March 25.
Fresh data from the Turkish Statistical Institutehas shown the country’s foreign trade deficit narrowed in February
ANKARA - Anadolu Agency
Turkey’s volume of direct incentives for research and development (R&D) projects will be 1.5 billion Turkish Liras ($570 million) in 2015, Turkish Science, Industry and Technology Minister Fikri Işık said on late March 25.
ANKARA – Anadolu Agency
Turkish citizens are spending ever more extravagantly on telecommunication services and goods, with 14.6 million items of imported mobile phones hitting the current account deficit
LONDON - Anadolu Agency
Fitch Ratings will be closely following the developments in Turkey after the upcoming June elections, mainly whether the presidential system is still on the cards, says agency’s senior director
ISTANBUL - Reuters
Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci has said Turkish economic growth in the first quarter will not be negative, nor at its desired level, with an expected growth of 2.8 to 3 percent in 2014.
GENEVA - Anadolu Agency
Turkish Labor and Social Security Minister Faruk Çelik has called on G-20 states to turn their words into actions and work to reduce poverty globally.
An EU commissioner has said the European Union is committed to investing 1 billion euros in Balkan infrastructure in the coming years, in a move aiming to link the EU-aspiring countries.
Turkey received foreign direct investment worth $1.8 billion in January, Turkey’s Economy Ministry said in a statement late March 23.
FRANKFURT - Agence France-Presse
Turkey and Poland have the potential to double bilateral trade to $6 billion, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Çavuşoğlu said March 24.
ISTANBUL / MILAN
The Business Angels Association of Turkey (TBAA) became the first national member of the Global Business Angels Network (GBAN), the association announced at the Global Entrepreneurship Congress in Milan.
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