Real Estate

İstanbul's future can be seen via internetİstanbul Independent Architects Association (İstanbulSMD) opened a website, which shows İstanbul’s planned mega projects. 

İstanbulSMD has prepared MEGAİSTANBUL website that shows projects, which are planned, or are being carried out at present.  

Website also shows projects technicalities on an interactive map. Website aims to bring all projects together. 

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Danish minister: We can help Turkey reduce energy dependencyDanish Energy Minister says Danish companies' have many renewable energy technology solutions that could prove "beneficial for Turkey."

Turkish firms from the renewable energy sector are accompanying Turkish President Abdullah Gul on his trip to Denmark to investigate business opportunities between the two countries' in renewable energy with the aim of reducing Turkey's dependency on energy... Add a comment


 Middle East tourists in Turkey on riseTourists from Middle East and North Africa steadily increase every year.

Around half a million more tourists from the Middle East and North Africa visited Turkey in 2013, a nine percent increase in 2012 figures, according to Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism.

The increased interest from these countries is attributed to the Turkish soap operas, shopping potential and better... Add a comment


Turkey’s auto market increased by 9%The rise in passenger and light commercial vehicle (LCV) sales in Turkey has reached 9.2 percent in the first 11 months of 2013, compared to the same period of the last year, according to data released by the Automotive Distributors Association (ODD).

More than 723,000 vehicles were sold in the January-November period -approx. 563,000 passenger vehicles and 160,000 LCVs - compared to 662,000... Add a comment


DHL sees Turkey as a logistics baseThe global provider of logistics services, DHL, foresees Turkey becoming a logistics hub over the next ten years as the country resolutely pursues its goals for the year 2023, the centennial of the foundation of the Republic.

The German-owned company, DHL, will be increasing its investments in Turkey in parallel with the country’s rising export volume, according to the CEO of Deutsche Post... Add a comment

Health Care

Turkey to become a world leader in drug research and productionTurkey can become a world leader in drug research, production and biotechnology if it steps up its investments in medical research and development, Science, Industry and Technology Minister Nihat Ergün said at an İstanbul conference on the biotechnology industry on Monday. “It is time for the public, the private sector and universities to take the much needed steps for the advancement of... Add a comment


Animal product export increases in TurkeyIt was stated that fisheries and animal products export increasing rapidly in the past 3 years in Turkey increased 17% compared to the year before in 2012; and reached 1 billion 664 million dollars. Mediterranean Fisheries Products and Animal Products Exporters Association Chairman of the Board, Ali Can Yamanyilmaz stated that fisheries and animal products export has 1 billion 664 million... Add a comment

Telecom & IT

Turkey in the eyes of Europe and the world in TelecomBritish Telecom shared its experience considering how to carry Turkish companies to global markets with CEO's of local companies, and Turkey representatives of multinational companies that invest in Turkey. BT Global Services CEO, Luis Alvarez stated that there are great business opportunities in Turkey, and added that they are determined to become a business partner for global companies... Add a comment


Turkish media expands global presenceTurkish media has embarked on an ambitious agenda of projecting its reach in multiple languages throughout the Balkans and in regions where Turkey has strategic interests, as the country asserts itself on the international stage. Through its media, Turkey is reinforcing a positive image, tapping into what Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has described as Turkey's "strategic depth."

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Turkey offers grants to foreign studentsThe Prime Ministry Turks and Relatives Abroad Directorate (YTB), spends ten million dollars annually on 11,000 students from 138 different countries. University students are given 325 TL, graduate school students are given 450 TL and doctorate students are given 550 TL in scholarships monthly. YTB Chairman Kemal Yurtnaç explains that they began offering scholarships in 1992 to students from... Add a comment
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