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Only 4.4 million of 8.1 million employed women in Turkey were registered, lower than the population of Turkey’s third largest city, according to the head of the Women Entrepreneurs Association of Turkey (KAGİDER).
ANKARA - Anadolu Agency
Public servants’ wages are set to increase in 2016 and 2017 thanks to a collective bargaining process which will start on Aug. 3
MADRID - Agence France-Presse
Air traffic controllers in Spain on June 8 launched a staggered four-day strike that could affect around 5,300 flights in the world’s third most visited country
PARIS - Agence France-Presse
French farmers protesting over falling food prices threatened to step up blockades of cities, roads and tourist sites on July 22, as the government prepared to unveil emergency aid for them
Ford Otosan has announced production activities have resumed in its İnönü plant in the central Anatolian province of Eskişehir as of June 3 after labor protests at the plant ended
The unemployment rate will likely rise soon due to the slowdown in several sectors, which had up to now been the biggest job generators
A strike at the İzmir facility of Turkey’s petrochemical giant, Petkim, came to an end late June 1 after workers agreed to a deal with the company’s management
ISTANBUL - Doğan News Agency
Turkey’s unemployment rate stood at 9.6 percent in the April period, falling to single digit levels after nine months, as the tourism sector began to employ seasonal employees, according to data released by the Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK) on July 15.
FRANKFURT - Agence France-Presse
German unemployment fell in May to the lowest level in 24 years as the recovery in Europe's biggest economy continues, data showed on June 2
ISPARTA - Reuters
Many of the workers in the bright-pink fields in this southwest Turkish province have an unexpected connection with the flowers they are tending.
LONDON - Agence France-Presse
Scandal-hit global bank HSBC plans to cut thousands of jobs across its global operations, broadcaster Sky News reported on June 2
HONG KONG - Agence France-Presse
Scandal-hit bank HSBC said on June 9 it would cut its global headcount by up to 50,000 as part of a restructuring that entails its withdrawal from Brazil and Turkey, while it also mulls abandoning London as its HQ
French car giant Renault said on May 27 that a labor dispute over wages and working conditions, which halted operations at its factory in the northwestern province of Bursa, has ended following an agreement with the protesters
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