Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
While the Turkish government is preparing a bill that may introduce draconian measures on social media, Mehmet Şimşek is taking advantage of Twitter
ISTANBUL - Anadolu Agency
The government will pass a significant structural reform this week in its bid to make Istanbul a global arbitration center, Finance Minister Şimşek
Turkey’s existing savings are not enough to maintain sustainable growth so the country needs more foreign direct investment (FDI), Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci has said.
ISTANBUL - Reuters
Turkey’s Central Bank has said it will begin paying interest on financial institutions’ lira required reserves from November in a bid to support growth and domestic savings
The main opposition CHP has questioned PM Davutoğlu over the government’s alleged involvement in the resignation of the former chairman of the American-Turkish Council
WASHINGTON - Anadolu Agency
Turkey has a number of advantages that make it attractive for investors, including its young population, high growth potential, and rich entrepreneurial culture, the World Bank’s Turkey Director Martin Raiser has said
Already struggling for substantial growth after over a year of foreign and internal turmoil, the Turkish economy could have done without an ISIL onslaught against Syrian Kurds on Turkey’s border.
Around 5 million Europeans lost their jobs between 2008 and 2014 due to the global crisis, figures show. Turkish employment, meanwhile, is on the rise
Turkish construction companies’ revenue from projects abroad hit a record high of $271 million in August 2014, according to new data.
Only 16 of the planned 64 malls in Turkey have been able to be completed this year due to cancellations or postponements in investments, a sector report has shown.
ANKARA - Reuters
Turkey must reform its economy to get back to high growth, Finance Minister Mehmet Şimşek said on Oct. 15
ANTALYA – Anadolu Agency
Increasing savings are needed to accelerate Turkish growth, Central Bank Governor Erdem Başçı has said, saying the government will unveil a comprehensive action plan for maintaining “balanced growth.”
ANKARA - Doğan News Agency
Turkey’s banking watchdog has given permission to the largest state-run lender, Ziraat Bank, to establish an Islamic lender with a paid-up capital of $300 million
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