Foreign economists on Dec. 11 projected the Turkish Central Bank would end the year with 150-200 basis points cut in its main policy rate.
Turkey will take care to support sectors focused on exports and value-added production, the country’s finance and treasury minister said on Dec. 11.
German Travel Association says turnover of travel agencies, online sales in summer up 24 percent on-year
The shares leapt to 35.2 riyal ($9.39) each, up from the initial public offering (IPO) price of 32 riyals and at the daily limit of price moves allowed by the Tadawul exchange.
The productivity of the Turkish industry increased by 1.1% year-on-year in the July-September period of 2019, the Ministry of Industry and Technology announced on Dec. 11.
Turkey's current account balance posted a surplus of nearly $1.55 billion in October, according to official figures released on Dec. 11.
Turkey's high-technology product exports reached nearly $5 billion in 2019, the country’s deputy industry and technology minister said on Dec. 10.
The Turkish Treasury borrowed 5.66 billion Turkish liras ($976.2 million) from domestic markets through three auctions on Dec. 10.
Two countries enjoy cooperation in energy sector, financial institutions and development of infrastructure