Investors flock to Turkey’s energy watchdog for solar projects A large number of local and foreign investors have submitted applications to Turkey’s Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA) to set up solar power plants in various parts of the country.

The initial phase to harness the country’s solar potential calls for the installation of 600 megawatt (MW) capacity phovoltaic power plants, which will first see 425 MWs built up in the 27 regions... Add a comment

Real Estate

“Ministry should run Turkey’s urban transformation”Haluk Sur, Chairman of Cushman&Wakefield Turkey, said that Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning has recently stepped back about urban transformation and brings municipalities into the forefront. “I think it is necessary to review this situation,” Haluk Sur said. 

In the statement, Haluk Sur stated that the urban transformation is one of the biggest projects of Turkey.

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Turkey’s tourism income increases to $9 billionTurkey’s tourism income increased by 7.9 percent to $8 billion 975 million 976 thousand in the second quarter of the 2014 compared to the same period of the last year. 84.5 percent of income was obtained from the foreign visitors. 

Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat) released the Tourism Statistics for the second quarter of the year. According to that, In the second quarter; which is... Add a comment


Turkish auto output seen at record level this year – AssociationTurkish automotive production is expected to hit a record this year as a recovery in European demand drives up exports from Europe's fifth-biggest producer, the Automotive Manufacturers Association (OSD) said on Sunday.

The association expects output to rise by 11 percent to 1.25 million units from 1.13 million units in 2013.

"I believe the production will break the record this year on... Add a comment

Health Care

Researchers uncover genetic disorder's ottoman tiesWhile the research does not uncover a cure for the disorder, it now allows doctors to diagnosis it before a child is born.

A team of international researchers has discovered a previously unknown neurological disorder affecting children that has its origins to a mutation in an individual born 400 years ago in the Ottoman Empire.

Researchers from Yale University, led by Dr. Murat Gunel, and... Add a comment


11 year old Turks create healthy sausages from nutsTwo 11-year-old boys replace carcinogenic sausage ingredients with wallnut shell powder in competition project.

Walnuts and their distinctive wrinkly shells have been reported to have many benefits in folk medicine, from curing warts to killing ringworm. But few people, it would seem, have thought of using them to produce organic sausages.

Two 11-year-old Turkish boys, as part of a science... Add a comment


Operational leasing gaining popularity in TurkeyThe growing awareness in Turkey of the advantages of operational leasing is attracting new customers and growing the market.

According to the “operational leasing sector report in Turkey” by Turkish Short and Long Term Automotive Rental Association, the total number of operational leasing vehicles in Turkey reached 207,000 in 2013 an increase of 37,000 from 2012.

New vehicle sales to... Add a comment


Media conference kicks off in Istanbul4th annual DISCOP Istanbul conference commences with news of the success of Turkish TV series abroad.

DISCOP Istanbul 2014, Eurasia’s television and online content industries gathering, kicked off in Istanbul at the Lutfi Kirdar Convention and Exhibition Center with a conference called ‘Dramas with Passports.’

Speaking at the conference, Izzet Pinto, CEO of Global Agency, a film... Add a comment


Turkish Deputy PM opens renovated school in BosniaKaragoz-bey's school among many projects of the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency in Bosnia.

Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Emrullah Isler on Friday opened the Karagoz-bey's school in Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina, which was renovated by the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency. 

A ceremony to mark the opening was attended by the agency's director Serdar Cam, the grand mufti... Add a comment

Telecom & IT

Turkey is a giant market for mobile with 68 million cell phone subscribersAs of the end of March, the number of cell phone subscribers in Turkey reached a whopping 67.9 million, while the number of 3G service subscribers also soared to 43.9 million. Turkey's Information and Communication Technologies Authority (BTK) have released the first quarter figures in an Electronic Communications Sector Market Report. Accordingly, Türk Telekom and mobile operators raked in... Add a comment
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