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The government plans to mobilize funds for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), in order to help them establish robust branding strategies and conduct more detailed R&D activities, Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has said.
Turkey’s biggest mobile operator Turkcell has announced that company CEO Süreyya Ciliv has decided to resign from his position, effective from Jan. 31
SAN FRANCISCO - Agence France-Presse
Apple's quarterly profit rocketed to a corporate record $18 billion at the end of last year on booming sales of big-screen iPhone models, especially in China
ISTANBUL - Reuters
Turkey’s Eroğlu Holding, which owns the brands Loft and Colin’s, has announced its purchase of the Netherlands-based fashion brand Mexx.
ANKARA - Anadolu Agency
The number of cell phones produced locally in Turkey increased more than three times in 2014 compared to 2013, Transport Minister Lütfi Elvan said on Jan. 26.
TEHRAN - Anadolu Agency
Turkish Industry Minister Fikri Işık has called on his counterparts from the D-8 group of developing countries to participate in creating a joint venture car brand.
Turkey’s Netaş Telekom said on Jan. 26 that its Probil Bilgi unit made the highest bid of 249.9 million Turkish Liras ($106 million) in a tender for a second phase local area network in the Fatih Project
ISTANBUL – Reuters
Construction materials sales are expected to slow down in the coming three months due to orders cooling down and the Central Bank’s monetary tightening policy
Yıldız Holding, Turkey’s largest food group, has applied to the Capital Markets Board seeking clearance for an initial public offering (IPO) of its dairy unit Ak Gıda, the company told Reuters.
Turkish Boydak Holding chief Mehduh Boydak said the group has suspended its activities in Ukraine, but signaled a return to Ukraine after the country’s atmosphere normalizes.
French cosmetics giant L’Oreal has won a lawsuit against Turkish retail chain EVKUR by claiming EVKUR sold fake L’Oreal products.
ISTANBUL – Anadolu Agency
Many European companies have requested to sell goods and services to Russia via Turkish companies to bypass the sanctions on Russia, but local companies have not accepted such offers
Turkey must embrace the republic’s principle of secularism in order to progress economically as well as socially and politically, TÜSİAD's outgoing president Haluk Dinçer has said
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