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Turkey's March inflation forecast to rise by 0.86 pct

Wednesday, April 01, 2015 Finance
Annual inflation rate expected to reach 7.26 in March, according Anadolu Agency survey of economists The inflation rate in Turkey for March is expected to increase by 0.86 percent from February's level, according to an Anadolu Agency survey of senior economists. The rate was predicted to reach between 0.60 percent and…

Turkish minister: Int’l council needed for halal food

Wednesday, April 01, 2015 Food & Dining
Nurettin Canikli calls for standardization, certifications amid growth of $1 trillion halal food industry. Turkey’s Minister of Customs and Trade has urged Muslim countries and halal food producers to cooperate in creating a council under the Organization of the Islamic Conference for the prosperity of the industry…

Turkey sees surge in medical tourism

Wednesday, April 01, 2015 Health Care
Turkey a strong candidate to become region's health hub, says hospitals expert History fanatics, adrenaline junkies, sunbathers and foodies are all in for a treat when heading for a holiday in Turkey, but experts say the nation is also drawing tourists seeking to benefit from Turkey's competitive edge in medical…

Turkish developers out in force at Cityscape

Wednesday, April 01, 2015 Real Estate
 Leading real estate developers from Turkey will be in the UAE capital to showcase their residential and commercial projects at the Cityscape Abu Dhabi expo which opens this month. According to industry experts, Turkey has emerged as one of the most attractive real estate investment destinations in the region, due to…

Turkish Treasury to repay $16.5 billion of debt by June

Wednesday, April 01, 2015 Finance
The Turkish Treasury will hold 16 bond auctions between April and June 2015 to generate income and reduce debt. Turkey’s Treasury plans to pay back 37.6 billion lira ($14.3 billion) of domestic debt, including 3 billion lira ($1.14 billion) of foreign debt, between April and June 2015, the Treasury has said. According…

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April 01, 2015

Turkey's March inflation forecast to rise by 0.86 pct

Annual inflation rate expected to reach 7.26 in March, according Anadolu Agency survey of economists The inflation rate in Turkey for March is expected to…
April 01, 2015

Turkish minister: Int’l council needed for halal food

Nurettin Canikli calls for standardization, certifications amid growth of $1 trillion halal food industry. Turkey’s Minister of Customs and Trade has urged…
April 01, 2015

Turkey sees surge in medical tourism

Turkey a strong candidate to become region's health hub, says hospitals expert History fanatics, adrenaline junkies, sunbathers and foodies are all in for a…
April 01, 2015

Turkish developers out in force at Cityscape

 Leading real estate developers from Turkey will be in the UAE capital to showcase their residential and commercial projects at the Cityscape Abu Dhabi expo…
April 01, 2015

Turkish Treasury to repay $16.5 billion of debt by June

The Turkish Treasury will hold 16 bond auctions between April and June 2015 to generate income and reduce debt. Turkey’s Treasury plans to pay back 37.6…

Soros says he is ready to invest $1 billion in Ukraine

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'Ukraine is like West Berlin' says Hungarian investor reportedly linked to Euromaidan protests which helped topple Yanukovich government in Kiev. Guru investor…

Min.: Turkey,Tatarstan to work together in energy resources

March 31, 2015 in Energy
Minister of Economy Nihat Zeybekci says Turks and Tatars have blood ties, and so need to further each others' interests. Turkey and Tatarstan can work together…

Turkey experiencing electricity blackout

March 31, 2015 in Energy
Power outage in most of Turkey occurred after problems in transmission lines, Turkish Electricity Transmission Company, TEIAS officials say. Turkey is…

Turkey: Consumers spend 35 bln lira on telecommunications

March 31, 2015 in Innovation
 Local mobile production increased by 208 percent last year to 1.1 million mobile devices, up from 346,746 in 2013. People in Turkey have spent more than 35.5…

Advanced material Graphene made cheaper by Turkish Nanografi

March 31, 2015 in Innovation
Nobel Prize-winning scientists' discovery can be manufactured cheaper thanks to Nanografi process. The Turkish technology company Nanografi has achieved a…

Russia refuses to restructure Ukraine's $3bn debt

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Russian finance minister says deal with Kiev 'not done on a commercial basis because of the risks it carries' Russia is not ready to discuss restructuring or…

Fitch downgrades Greece as crisis damages confidence

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Credit agency says liquidity crisis has damaged "investor, consumer and depositor confidence." International credit agency Fitch has downgraded Greece’s…

Bank of England governor: Rates will go up

March 30, 2015 in Europe
Mark Carney says rates will not be reduced as a deflation measure, as many economists had forecast. The Bank of England will raise rates in its next…

US consumer sentiment sours in March

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Michigan sentiment index drops to 93 from 95.4 in February, although less than analysts had expected. U.S. consumer sentiment fell in March as lower- and…

China’s Xi calls for win-win cooperation at Asia forum

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President promotes Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and ‘Belt and Road’ initiatives. Chinese President Xi Jinping vowed that his country will promote a new…

Minister: Turkey attaches importance to energy saving

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"There are incentives for encouraging energy saving in buildings as well as great work for making use of alternative energy resources in Turkey," Turkish…

Turkey to launch first homegrown seismic ship

March 29, 2015 in Finance
$115 million 'Turkuaz' vessel to be unveiled this weekend in Istanbul. The first Turkish-made seismic-survey vessel, Turkuaz, is to be launched this weekend in…

Eurozone money supply grows, indicating increased activity

March 29, 2015 in Finance
M3 money supply in the Eurozone increased by 4.1 percent in February, more than economists had forecast. The Eurozone's M3 money supply grew more than expected…

Oil prices spike on Saudi Arabia strike on Yemen

March 29, 2015 in Asia
Saudi operation against Yemen threatens the world's biggest oil exporter and key points for oil transport. Oil prices moved sharply higher Thursday, before…

Bundestag ratifies EU’s association agreement with Ukraine

March 29, 2015 in Europe
 Germany’s lower house of the parliament approves EU's association agreements with Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia The Bundestag overwhelmingly approved the…

Turkey's March inflation forecast to rise by 0.86 pct

Turkey's March inflation forecast to rise by 0.86 pctAnnual inflation rate expected to reach 7.26 in March, according Anadolu Agency survey of economists

The inflation rate in Turkey for March is expected to increase by 0.86 percent from February's level, according to an Anadolu Agency survey of senior economists.

The rate was predicted to reach between 0.60 percent and 1.30 percent - an average of 0.86 percent, according to estimates made by... Add a comment

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Turkish minister: Int’l council needed for halal food

Turkish minister: Int’l council needed for halal foodNurettin Canikli calls for standardization, certifications amid growth of $1 trillion halal food industry.

Turkey’s Minister of Customs and Trade has urged Muslim countries and halal food producers to cooperate in creating a council under the Organization of the Islamic Conference for the prosperity of the industry and the benefit of consumers.

Speaking at the World Halal Conference in... Add a comment

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Turkey sees surge in medical tourism

Turkey sees surge in medical tourismTurkey a strong candidate to become region's health hub, says hospitals expert

History fanatics, adrenaline junkies, sunbathers and foodies are all in for a treat when heading for a holiday in Turkey, but experts say the nation is also drawing tourists seeking to benefit from Turkey's competitive edge in medical tourism.

Out of the roughly 40 million tourists who visited Turkey last year... Add a comment

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Turkish developers out in force at Cityscape

Turkish developers out in force at Cityscape 

Leading real estate developers from Turkey will be in the UAE capital to showcase their residential and commercial projects at the Cityscape Abu Dhabi expo which opens this month.

According to industry experts, Turkey has emerged as one of the most attractive real estate investment destinations in the region, due to its increased gross domestic product (GDP) and strong economic... Add a comment

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Turkish Treasury to repay $16.5 billion of debt by June

Turkish Treasury to repay $16.5 billion of debt by JuneThe Turkish Treasury will hold 16 bond auctions between April and June 2015 to generate income and reduce debt.

Turkey’s Treasury plans to pay back 37.6 billion lira ($14.3 billion) of domestic debt, including 3 billion lira ($1.14 billion) of foreign debt, between April and June 2015, the Treasury has said.

According to figures released on the Treasury's official website on Tuesday, the... Add a comment

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Soros says he is ready to invest $1 billion in Ukraine

Soros says he is ready to invest $1 billion in Ukraine'Ukraine is like West Berlin' says Hungarian investor reportedly linked to Euromaidan protests which helped topple Yanukovich government in Kiev.

Guru investor George Soros has said he is ready to invest $1 billion in Ukraine.

The financier said in an interview with the Austrian newspaper Der Standard on Monday: "Ukraine is like West Berlin. Too many in Europe and in Germany close their... Add a comment

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Min.: Turkey,Tatarstan to work together in energy resources

Min.: Turkey,Tatarstan to work together in energy resourcesMinister of Economy Nihat Zeybekci says Turks and Tatars have blood ties, and so need to further each others' interests.

Turkey and Tatarstan can work together in energy resources, Turkish Minister of Economy Nihat Zeybekci said on Friday.

"Both nations have blood ties, and so should seek to further each others' interests," Zeybekci said, after a meeting with Tatarstan President Rustam... Add a comment

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Turkey experiencing electricity blackout

Turkey experiencing electricity blackoutPower outage in most of Turkey occurred after problems in transmission lines, Turkish Electricity Transmission Company, TEIAS officials say.

Turkey is currently experiencing electricity outages in many regions due to problems that occurred in the transmission lines, Turkish Electricity Transmission Company, TEIAS officials said early Tuesday.

The power outage in most of the country occurred... Add a comment

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Turkey: Consumers spend 35 bln lira on telecommunications

Turkey: Consumers spend 35 bln lira on telecommunications 



Local mobile production increased by 208 percent last year to 1.1 million mobile devices, up from 346,746 in 2013.

People in Turkey have spent more than 35.5 billion Turkish liras ($13.3 billion) on telecommunications last year, up from 32.2 billion Turkish liras ($12.2 billion) in 2013, a report released by Turkey’s Information and Communications Technologies Authority on Friday... Add a comment

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Advanced material Graphene made cheaper by Turkish Nanografi

Advanced material Graphene made cheaper by Turkish NanografiNobel Prize-winning scientists' discovery can be manufactured cheaper thanks to Nanografi process.

The Turkish technology company Nanografi has achieved a technical advance in the production of Graphene, an advanced material made from ultrathin sheets of carbon, making the product much cheaper to produce.

Graphene has vast possibilities for use in a wide range of products, scientists say... Add a comment

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