The majority of Turkish people want foreign investment in renewable energy resources, according to a survey conducted in April by E3G - an independent climate change think tank that aims to accelerate the global transition to a low carbon economy.
Turkish and Bosnian companies submitted bids to build a section of a pan-European north-south highway, part of 250 million euro ($280 million) in construction projects planned for this year, Reuters reported yesterday, quoting the Bosnian regional motorways company Autoceste FBiH.
Turkish consumers' confidence in the economy rose by 6.9 percent in April, the country's statistical authority announced on April 22.
Local hoteliers and tourism associations have welcomed the Turkish government’s decision to extend the Ramadan holiday in early June to nine days, saying this could prove a boon to the industry and generate an additional 3 billion Turkish Lira income for the sector.
Turkey and Romania signed a protocol for the Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO), Turkish trade minister said on April 19.
Turkey's defense and aviation revenues jumped by 31% to reach $8.76 billion year-on-year in 2018, an official announced on April 19.
Some 7,057 companies were launched in Turkey last month, showed data from the Turkish Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges (TOBB) on April 19.
British American Tobacco (BAT) Turkey has become the sector leader, generating $197.3 million in exports of tobacco and tobacco products in 2018, the company said in a press release.
Members of the Automotive Journalists’ Association (OGD) have selected Toyota Corolla Sedan, which is produced at the carmaker’s plant in the western province of Sakarya, as the “car of the year.”
Turkey's external assets totaled $243.6 billion as of February this year, the country's Central Bank announced on April 18.