Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
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.'
ISTANBUL - Reuters
The surge in the price of potato, seen by many as the result of the ruling party’s failed agricultural policies, may pose a political headache for the government ahead of March 30 local elections
As faith communities and religious leaders, we are obliged to remind people about the obligation and responsibility to choose peace through dialogue. Human conflict may be inevitable; but war is not
The 17th Eurasian Economy Summit organized by Marmara Foundation started with speeches highlighting the theme of ‘glocalization’
The Turkish state-owned bank, whose CEO is still behind bars on corruption allegations, has been named among the world’s 20 biggest ‘brand value losers’ in 2013 by an international magazine
ISTANBUL - Hürriyet Daily News
The mounting problem of human trafficking needs to be solved by measures taken by states, former top politicians agree on the second and last day of the 17th Eurasian Economy Summit in Istanbul
Bosnia can create an excellent local environment which will attract foreign investors and foreign capital. The country invites all potential investors and ready to offer all needed resources
Turkey’s economic performance has been satisfactory, but the country still needs more transparency, Finance Minister Mehmet Şimşek says
Human trafficking is the modern name for slave trade; it is a century old social practice, accepted during some historical times through written laws or customs
‘We will bring the Silk Road economy into question in light of these predictions,’ says Dr Akkan Surver.
Inter-religious dialogue within nations would lead to the success in attaining regional peace, prominent religious leaders of the Eurasia region and lawmakers have highlighted
Turkey would be a 'shrinking country' if it limits capital movements, Ali Babacan says
A common point of the democratic world today is the extraordinary prominence of politics in our public life. Super-democratisation means often “super-politicisation”.
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