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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
When I was in primary school, we used to celebrate “domestic goods week” every December
The banking regulator announced tighter rules on credit cards and consumer loans this week
I chose not to write about the row between Islamic cleric Fetullah Gülen’s movement and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan over the latter’s desire to shut down prep schools for university entrance exams, one quarter of which are close to the Gülen movement.
At first look, the Central Bank of Turkey’s rate-setting decision on Nov 19 contained no surprises
In my latest column on Nov. 15, I noted the October budget and August labor force statistics
Speaking at the – closed to the press, but your friendly neighborhood economist has eyes and ears
There is no lime in Marmaris in the off-season. My Cohibas could not accept being seen together with knockoff Cuban cocktails made with lemon
Many see Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s desire to prohibit coed student apartments
Once upon a time, there was an unhappy dove employed in a distant kingdom’s postal services as a messenger.
The latest data have been hinting that the Turkish economy could grow more than expected in the last quarter of 2013