The Turkish state-owned postal service is being upgraded to function as the country’s major tool of exporting via e-commerce channels, the transportation and infrastructure minister told daily Hürriyet on June 29.
Turkey will extend a wage support system for one month to continue offsetting fallout from the coronavirus pandemic and related lockdowns, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on June 29.
Factory acceptance trials of Turkey’s first indigenous electric train began in the northwestern province of Sakarya’s Adapazarı district yesterday in a ceremony held under anti-pandemic measures.
Turkey saw 52,080 new registrations of road motor vehicles in May, the country's statistical authority reported on June 29.
Turkey is all set to manufacture a drone cargo plane for its armed forces.
Turkey's economic confidence index rose sharply to 73.5 in June, the country's statistical authority said on June 29.
A Turkish company's expertise in turning freighters built for carrying coal or sand into mobile power stations is proving to be an antidote to woes brought onto energy supply projects by the coronavirus.
Turkey should become a "smart-agriculture" country to overcome its agricultural issues, raise incomes and ensure food security for the future, according to the head of the Turkish Guild of Agricultural Journalists (TAGYAD).
When the Ergene Basin Action Plan is completed, Turkey will have one of Europe’s largest environmental projects, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said.