Retail prices in Istanbul increased by 4.09 percent in July from June, the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce (ITO) has said.
The government is preparing to announce a major project to help low-income groups buy a house amid rising prices in the property market.
Turkish Cargo ranked fourth in June among the world’s top 20 airfreight companies, with a share of 4.8 percent in the global market.
Boeing has cleared a key hurdle with federal regulators and could soon resume deliveries of its large 787 airliner, which has been plagued by a series of production issues since late 2020, a person familiar with the matter have said.
China’s manufacturing activity logged a surprise drop in July, official data showed yesterday, on the back of weak demand and as strict zero-COVID restrictions continue to cast a pall on growth.
Pakistan’s powerful army chief has contacted Washington, seeking U.S. help in securing an early release of a crucial $1.7 billion installment from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to his country, struggling with a deepening economic crisis, Pakistani officials have said.
Argentina’s government has announced the appointment of an economic “super minister’”, the third economy minister in less than a month as the country struggles with high inflation and a slumping currency.
Türkiye has revised upwards its tourism revenue target from a previous $35 billion to $37 billion this year, Culture and Tourism Minister Mehmet Nuri Ersoy has said as tourism revenues soared 190 percent in the second quarter.
Türkiye’s exports amounted to $23.4 billion in June, rising 18.7 percent from the same month of 2021, data from the Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK) have shown.