Turkey's economy saw an annual hike in total turnover in July, the nation's statistics authority announced on Sept. 16.
Citrus producers in Turkey’s south are expecting a 10 percent increase in exports this year.
The unemployment rate in Turkey stood at 13% in June, the country's statistical authority announced on Sept. 16.
With its geographical location, diverse economy and large market, Turkey offers immense opportunities for investors, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has been in the country with a long-term commitment, Suma Chakrabarti, president of the development bank, told Hürriyet.
A group of Turkish businesspeople from various sectors have visited senior Thai government officials in Bangkok to learn more about investment opportunities in the country and seek mutual partnerships with Thai companies.
Turkey’s current account balance posted a $1.2 billion surplus this July, improving from a $2.2 billion deficit in July 2018, the country’s Central Bank announced on Sept. 13.
An international home and kitchenware fair kicked off in Istanbul on Sept. 12 with the participation of 600 companies.
A plan revealed at the end of last month will raise Turkey's export targets, the head of the Turkish Exporters' Assembly said on Sept. 12.
The Turkish Central Bank on Sept. 12 lowered its policy rate (one-week repo rate) 325 basis points to 16.5 percent from 19.75 percent, marking a second rate cut in two months.
The Netherlands -- the largest single investor in Turkey -- is looking to marshal its trade ties with Turkey to make them even stronger, according to the country’s top trade official.