Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Asia-pacific leaders have called more cooperation to set the terms of sharing water resources...
Iranian manufacturers and builders face serious shortages of steel and other metals as a new...
ISTANBUL - Hürriyet Daily News
Financing the current account deficit with short term resources is a main concern over the Turkish economy, Fitch’s chief analyst Parker says in Istanbul
MADRID- Agence France-Presse
A Spanish savings bank halted all home-owner evictions at the weekend after a ruined client threw herself out of a window to her death, unleashing anti-bank protests in the streets.
ANKARA - Hürriyet Daily News
An Israeli firm, which was developing electronic systems for Turkey’s Boeing-made ...
BRUSSELS - Agence France-Presse
The eurozone faces more turbulence this week, beginning with yet another review of Greece’s tortured bailout accord
Social media writers, wineries, retailers are gathering at the Digital Wine Communication Conference (EWBC 2012), which kicks off today in the western province of İzmir.
BAGHDAD - Agence France-Presse
Baghdad cancelled a $4.2 billion arms package with Russia on Saturday
As tens of thousands of Greeks take streets, the Parliament says yes to further austerity measures.
Several media reports have recently speculated about the fate of Atatürk Airport as the government...
BRUSSELS - Reuters
France and Belgium have agreed to pump 5.5 billion euros ($7.02 billion) into Dexia, the stricken lender the two states were forced to bail out a year ago, the Belgian finance ministry said yesterday.
BEIJING - Reuters
China’s state-owned enterprises and affiliated businesses insist on their crucial role as the Communist Party Congress discusses future leaders of the country.
LONDON / BRUSSELS
Germany’s Angela Merkel has warned U.K. not to turn its back on Europe and urged its Prime Minister David Cameron to work with her to avoid deadlock at European Union budget talks