Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Asian countries are attracting some 70 percent of all global foreign direct investments (FDI), as investment flow to developed countries is on a fall, according to Mukhisa Kituy, the secretary general of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)
The long-term foreign debt of Turkey’s private sector decreased by $500 million in January to $155.9 billion, the Central Bank said on March 17.
Minister Zeybekçi once against repeated the government’s rhetoric claiming the recent graft allegations were in fact targeting “the country’s economic success and mega projects.”
ANKARA - Anadolu Agency
The installment payment restrictions introduced on the credit cards by the Turkey’s banking watchdog have taken their toll
Aiming to put an end to ongoing claims that the government is mulling to merge capital markets and banking watchdogs, Deputy Prime Minister Babacan said the government has no such plans
BRUSSELS - Agence France-Presse
The European Commission signed off on a 180 million euro aid package for Jordan on Tuesday to help it assist refugees from Syria and cope with a disruption of gas imports from Egypt.
Turkey’s January current account deficit was almost $1 billion less than last year, official data has shown
ISTANBUL - Reuters
The steep profit decline Turkish banks logged in January was temporary, heads of banking watchdog and top sector union say, expressing better outlook hopes for the remainder of the year
The Turkish Lira has dropped to a weak 2.25 against the US dollar
Oil-rich Abu Dhabi and the UAE central bank agreed to roll over $20 billion in loans to neighbouring debt-laden Dubai.
Turkey’s industrial production in January outpaced market expectations by rising 7.3 percent on an annual basis and recording the fastest increase in 27 months, official data has shown.
ISTANBUL / Hürriyet
Former United States Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke will come to Turkey in September to deliver an exclusive speech, in return for $300,000.
The amount of money Turks spend on talking, text ing or connecting to Internet via phone line surpasses 32 billion Turkish Liras, data released by the communication watchdog has shown
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