Giant energy project in Konya sees robust demand from investors The Turkish government’s recent steps to bring the country’s vast coal reserves to the attention of foreign energy companies have resulted in robust demand from investors all over the world. Saudi Arabia and the Slovakian-Thai consortium are reportedly in the final stage of their talks for the 5,000 MW coal-fired power plant, which is projected to be built in the Karapinar district of the... Add a comment


Turkey's ancient pathways at the service of adventurersTens of thousands of people have taken the challenge to walk in the footsteps of the ancients, journeying down all or part of the 800-kilometer-long Karia walking route in southwestern Turkey in the first year of the path’s existence.

The pathway, which was opened to tourism last year by the Muğla Trade and Industrial Chamber (MUTSA), takes in many villages with unique architecture... Add a comment


toyota-turkiye-ihracatini-artirdiForeign sales of Toyota Turkey has reached 69 thousand 486 units. Toyota Turkey is the 4th company to sell cars in Turkey. Toyota Turkey has exported  57 thousand 160 cars in the previous year. This figure has reached 69 thousand 486 units in this year same period. According to Automotive Manufacturers Association, Toyota Turkey has exported 16 thousand 442 cars in the first months of the... Add a comment


Istanbul Ataturk Airport continues to break records in passenger growthWith the 21 percentage of growth incurred in 2012, the Istanbul Atatürk Airport, which is operated by TAV, has been selected as the airport to have the “highest increase in passenger traffic.” The Istanbul Atatürk Airport has received the top accolade by the fourth annual "Euro Annies 2013" Awards hosted by the "" website for having the highest rate of passenger growth... Add a comment

Health Care

Turkey’s biotechnology prowess on display at BIO 2013The 20th edition of the BIO International Convention taking place in Chicago, USA includes a strong presence of public institutions, associations and companies from Turkey coordinated by the Investment Support and Promotion Agency of Turkey (ISPAT). Showcasing the country’s rapidly growing pharmaceutical and biotech sectors to an audience of 15,000 visitors from 65 countries, the large... Add a comment


1 billion 670 million Liras to be paid to farmers in TurkeyTurkish Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock is to pay 1 billion 670 million Liras for support under 9 total items; especially in oil, soil and feed crops to farmers. According to the written statement made from Turkey, within the scope of agricultural support payments in 2013, the Ministry is going to pay 2 million 178 thousand 536 farmers 1 billion 410 million Liras for oil, soil... Add a comment

Telecom & IT

virgin-mobileVirgin Mobile, one of the famous creative businessmen in the world, British Richard Branson's mobile phones company, has announced that they have involved Turkey in the investment list. Virgin Mobile, giving service in 35 countries to 20 million subscribers, has walked into Poland market recently.

Kristian Myrup, the head of the operations in Europe market of Virgin Mobile, which is going to... Add a comment


Madvertise acquires Mobilike in TurkeyMore proof that Turkey’s start-up scene is hotting up comes with the news that German mobile advertising platform Madvertise is to make its first acquisition in the country. Mobilike, one of Turkey’s leading advertising companies, has been bought by the Berlin-based company. No details have been announced. “The Turkish market is the second fastest-growing on the planet after China and... Add a comment


British minister says British universities can open campuses in TurkeyDavid Willetts, minister of state for universities and science, said Britain aimed to boost cooperation between British and Turkish universities. British universities could open campuses in Turkey, Willetts told AA correspondent ahead of his first formal visit to Turkey. Willetts said almost 4,000 Turkish students were receiving education in British universities, and this number could rise as... Add a comment

Real Estate

Turkish contractors continue to grow in abroadTurkish contractor companies have been carrying out projects in 45 countries. The number of countries was 36, in 10 years ago. Average amount of projects also reached to $94 million. 

The amount of Turkish contractor companies’ projects in abroad, reached $94 million by the March 2014. 

According to data that released by Finance Ministry, Turkish contractors' abroad projects number... Add a comment
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