Turkey’s external assets rose 2.4 percent as of February 2018 to reach $233.6 billion compared to the end of 2017, the Turkish Central Bank revealed on April 18.Turkey’s external assets rose 2.4 percent as of February 2018 to reach $233.6 billion compared to the end of 2017, the Turkish Central Bank revealed on April 18.
Britain is hoping this week’s Commonwealth summit will boost trade with its historic partners as it prepares to quit the European single market after Brexit.Britain is hoping this week’s Commonwealth summit will boost trade with its historic partners as it prepares to quit the European single market after Brexit.
Bank of America reported a jump in first-quarter earnings on April 16 on strong performance in key businesses thanks in part to a lift from higher interest rates.
The government’s budget balance saw a deficit of 20.4 billion Turkish Liras ($5.34 billion) in the first quarter of 2018, the Finance Ministry stated on April 16.
Alitalia moved a step closer to being sold to Lufthansa on April 16 after an Italian government minister called the German airline’s bid the “most promising.”
China and Japan resumed high-level economic talks on April 16 after a hiatus of nearly eight years in a sign of improving ties in their often-frosty relationship.
Facebook took out full-page ads in European newspapers April 16 to trumpet tough new EU legislation that promises “more data protection for you,” as the company seeks to win back trust following a damaging privacy scandal.
Turkey’s calendar-adjusted industrial production rose 9.9 percent in February compared to the same month last year, the Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK) announced on April 16.
Turkey’s unemployment rate stood at 10.8 percent in January, down 2.2 percentage points from same month last year, the country’s statistical authority announced on April 16.
The U.S. flag still flutters next to others in front of the AgroSevilla factory, the world’s biggest exporter of black olives based in southern Spain. But the cooperative in Andalusia may soon have to take down the Stars and Stripes if a rise of more than 20 percent in duties on black table olives recently imposed by the United States, its number one client, becomes permanent.