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17 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT TURKEY

17 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT TURKEY

It has one of the world’s oldest and biggest malls. The Grand Bazaar in Istanbul is a very large marketplace where you can buy almost anything you can think of. There are 64 streets in the Grand Bazaar, over 4,000 shops, and 25,000 people that make their living by working there. One of the Mediterranean’s […]

THE BIG SCALE PROJECTS OF TURKEY- 2023

THE BIG SCALE PROJECTS OF TURKEY- 2023

In the recent years Turkey speed up the projects in fields like transportation, infraestructure, energy and defence. These big scale projects left behind 130 countries GDP with their financial capacity. The cost of these mega projects are over 138 billion dolars. Turkey’s vision to 2023 consists of the following projects: Southeast Anatolia Projects (GAP): 28 […]

5 TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN TURKEY TO INVEST !

5-tourist-attractions-in-turkey-to-invest

World’s 6th popular tourism country Turkey, hosts every year over 30 million tourists. Surrounded by sea, and offering historical, natural, cultural richness, Turkey is a very attractive tourism center for people all around the world. Turkey is also rich for its tourism infrastructure. In 2015 the number of tourists was 39,4 millions and obtained 31,4 […]

New investment incentive system in Turkey aims to attract foreigners

New investment incentive system in Turkey aims to attract foreigners

The government plans to establish a new incentive system to attract foreign investment to Turkey, Development Minister Lütfi Elvan said Thursday. With the new system, a project-based support mechanism will be created. Speaking to Anadolu Agency, the minister also added that after negotiation by the Economy Ministry with any firm wanting to invest in Turkey, […]

EMPLOYMENT IN TURKEY

Employment in Turkey

Turkey, with its 78 million population, %16,5 young, has a big potential of employment. It contains in itself qualified and non-qualified workforce with a great value. The big part of the employment in Turkey is provided by the sector of Agriculture. This percentage tend to move to service sector with a huge increase.  By June […]

Economic confidence surges in July amid coup bid

Economic confidence surges in July amid coup bid

Turkey’s economic confidence index in July rose by 14.9 percent compared to the previous month, signaling no damage to confidence in the country’s economy after the failed July 15 coup attempt. Services confidence index increased to 100.86, retail trade confidence index increased to 103.56, construction confidence index increased to 82.95 and real sector confidence index […]

Turkey’s TAV breaks ground on new Tbilisi Airport terminal

Turkey’s TAV breaks ground on new Tbilisi Airport terminal

The operator of Tbilisi Airport, TAV Airports, has said it broke ground on the airport’s new terminal in a ceremony attended by Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili, in written statement on June 27. Kvirikashvili presented to TAV Airports President & CEO Sani Şener the State Medal of Distinguished Service for his contributions to the country, according […]

Turkish company ‘agrees $4.2-billion deal to build Iran power plants’

Turkish company ‘agrees $4.2-billion deal to build Iran power plants

Turkish energy company Unit International has reached a deal worth $4.2 billion with Iran’s Energy Ministry to build seven natural gas power plants, in what it said was the biggest investment in Iran since the lifting of sanctions. Turkish companies have seen the move as a major trade and investment opportunity, with the car, clothing, textiles, machinery […]

UniCredit ‘happy with partnership in Turkey’s Yapı Kredi’

UniCredit ‘happy with partnership in Turkey’s Yapı Kredi’

UniCredit has expressed happiness about its partnership with Turkey’s Koç Holding at Yapı Kredi Bank, a senior executive with the Italian lender has said, noting that the company board is not entertaining thoughts of selling the bank, in contrast to recent claims. But UniCredit Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) President Carlo Vivaldi told a group of Turkish […]