Most Turks still prefer making payments in cash over other means of transactions, a recent study by the Central Bank has found.
The share of wind and solar electricity generation in Turkey in the first half of the year has steadily grown to 12.9 percent, ranking Turkey 17th among European countries, a new report from Ember, a London-based think tank said
The number of road motor vehicle registrations in Turkey increased 37.2% year-on-year in June, the country's statistics authority revealed on July 28.
White goods sales, exports and sales in domestic markets combined, increased by 41 percent on an annual basis in January-June to stand at 17.4 million units, the White Goods Manufacturers Association (TÜRKBESD) has said.
Another lockdown will be a huge blow to Turkey’s eatery industry and restaurants, a business group has warned, calling for stricter measures that will help keep businesses open in the coming months.
The Turkish Patent and Trademark Office (TurkPatent) received 95,373 trademark applications in the first half of 2021, official figures showed on July 26.
Exports by carmakers based in the northwestern province of Sakarya amounted to some $2.3 billion in January-June this year.
Turkey’s Central Bank will release its third inflation report of 2021 later this week on July 29.
The capacity utilization rate of Turkey’s manufacturing industry climbed on a monthly basis in July, according to data released on July 26.