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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Except that it is not!
This week’s domestic data released extinguished hopes that the economy was on a recovery path, while other developments once again highlighted global economic risks that could affect Turkey.
Suppose I’m a fag, as I would translate “velev ki ibneyim,” is one of the slogans of the annual Istanbul Pride Week, which culminated in the traditional İstiklal Avenue parade on June 28
When I travelled to England to watch my beloved Beşiktaş against Liverpool, I drove as far north as Hadrian’s Wall, which was built by the Romans in the second century as a defensive fortification.
A Turkish mom-and-pop grocery store in Berlin’s Kreuzberg district facing eviction has apparently become a symbol in the locals’ war on gentrification
The Istanbul Chamber of Industry (İSO) released the latest (2014) of its annual rankings of Turkey’s top 500 industrial firms on June 16.
The economists I met in Singapore last week were curious about Turkey, even though I was visiting them to learn about the Singaporean economy. I also had a few meetings with investors interested in the Turkish economy.
You can tell how much an economist knows about the Singaporean economy by how (s)he feels about the city-state
I flew to Singapore on June 5 for a friend’s wedding. And since I could not make it back in time for the elections, I decided to stick around for a couple of days to meet up with investors interested in Turkey, as well as a few economists covering Singapore
There are two major common misconceptions about Sunday’s Turkish general elections, which I, as your friendly neighborhood economist, need to correct
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