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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
There is a rise in the number of reports claiming that disagreements between Syrians and Turkish people have recently escalated amid several incidents across the country
Turkey witnessed a heated debate over the fate of its olive trees this week during voting on a production reform draft in parliament.
A number of key sectors with strong ties to Russia – including the agricultural, construction and tourism sectors - are eyeing the complete removal of Russian economic sanctions on Turkey
The Turkish economy faces a number of key structural problems and conjectural challenges. However, the main issue that the country must immediately resolve is its poor image abroad and the eroding of confidence in potential investors’ eyes.
The Turkish government has fairly ambitious plans about boosting its defense industry. For sure, the sector has shown a considerable growth in the last couple of years, with almost all leading arms companies developing new prototypes mostly along with Western partners.
The year 2016 was a year of loss for tourism, a key sector in bringing in robust income for Turkey. Nothing will recover the sector overnight, but we could see a gradual recovery if the sector takes some crucial steps in several areas
For sure, Turkey has been at a historic turning point. Following a fairly tough year, which was full of bomb attacks, a coup attempt and a series of state of emergencies, a key referendum was held on April 16
In today’s Turkey, many white-collar workers with high quality skills and bright students have been seeking for ways to move abroad. Some of them have already made it.
Turkish Energy Minister Berat Albayrak presented a fairly ambitious national energy policy in a meeting that drew the country’s leading businesspeople from the energy, infrastructure and banking sectors.
An unusual anti-competition ruling was made by an Istanbul court this week. I am not a judicial person and will not make any comments regarding the court’s decision. However, this idea deserves to be reviewed, especially in terms of its future effects, mainly over Turkey’s struggling tourism and image.
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