Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Egypt’s government “will damage the country and the people’s interests and prosperity” with its decision not to extend a comprehensive free trade agreement with Turkey, Turkish Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Tanju Bilgiç has said.
A roadway tunnel connecting Istanbul’s two sides will be completed by the end of 2016, earlier than was planned
The number of real estate sales to foreign buyers increased 81 pct in September from the same period of 2013
CAIRO – Doğan News Agency
The Egyptian government has decided not to extend a comprehensive free trade agreement signed with Turkey during the rule of the ousted ex-President Mohamed Morsi
BRUSSELS/LONDON - Reuters
British Prime Minister David Cameron challenged a demand from the European Union for an additional 2.1-billion-euro payment into this year’s EU budget after a revision of economic statistics showed his country was better off.
Turkey’s consumer confidence index decreased in October, following drops in most sub-indices, data from the Turkish Statistics Institute (TÜİK) has shown.
ANKARA - Anadolu Agency
Turkey’s economic predictability and stability have been proven by the latest decision of the Financial Action Task Force to remove Turkey from its follow-up process, Finance Minister Şimşek said
The Turkey director of the World Bank, Martin Raiser, has advised Ankara to engage in parallel negotiations with the U.S. in order to prevent adverse effects of the TTIP.
The OECD has stated that it remains seriously concerned about Turkey’s low level of foreign bribery law enforcement, as well as certain aspects of its corporate liability legislation.
The US economic interest in Turkey remains strong despite political strains, says Turkish American Business Association head Beşir Kemal Ustaoğlu
ISTANBUL - Agence France-Presse
The Central Bank on Oct. 23 left interest rates unchanged, saying it would not loosen monetary policy until there is a significant improvement in the inflation outlook
Prime Minister Davutoğlu continued to stress that the government favors lower interest rates, but said he was not intervening in the Central Bank’s policies.
While the Turkish government is preparing a bill that may introduce draconian measures on social media, Mehmet Şimşek is taking advantage of Twitter
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