Update on Renewable Energy Sector in Turkey

Due to the current development in the renewable energy sector and the investor-friendly possibilities such as the feed-in tariffs in the different sub-sectors of the renewable energy, might be interesting for the Dutch companies, industries and other interested that deal with renewable energy. As the 17th largest economy in the

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Turkey’s national income per capita rises upon new formula

The Turkish government has revised its national income per capita from U.S. dollar terms into income based on purchasing power parity amid a dramatic loss in the Turkish Lira’s value against the dollar in its new Medium-Term Economic Program, which was published in the Official Gazette on Oct. 11. With

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Turkey to cooperate with Japan on 5G technology

Joint declaration to be signed during Erdogan’s two-day visit to Tokyo, on increasing cooperation for a faster Internet By Arife Yildiz Unal, Fatih Erkan Dogan and Satuk Bugra Kutlugun ANKARA Turkey will cooperate with Japan on 5G technology, which makes use of the Internet faster, during President Erdogan’s two-day-visit to East Asia’s

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KRG oil exports via Turkey rises 31% in September

Erbil’s crude oil exports rose to 620,000 bpd in September, from 473,000 bpd in August: KRG’s natural resources ministry By Ovunc Kutlu ANKARA The Kurdish Regional Government’s (KRG) oil exports through Turkey rose by 31 percent in September compared to the previous month, the KRG’s Ministry of Natural Resources data revealed Tuesday. The KRG in

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OECD’s Gurria optimistic on Turkish economy

Secretary-general of OECD tells Anadolu Agency that Turkish economy is ‘picking up’ By Tuncay Kayaoglu & Belgin Yakisan ISTANBUL Angel Gurria, the secretary-general of the Paris-based OECD, has said the Turkish economy is “picking up” and would grow four percent next year. On the sidelines of the Organization for Economic

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Turkey holds out as emerging markets face headwinds

While some emerging markets suffer declines and fall into recession, Turkey’s economy will continue growing, experts say. By Andrew Jay Rosenbaum ANKARA While some emerging markets are facing sharp declines in growth and investment, Turkey is holding out, experts said, remaining both a growing economy, and a significant presence in

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FLASHBACK: An Afternoon with Netuba

During a crowded Business Afternoon with NETUBA, at the residence of the Turkish H.E. Ambassador Sadik Arslan, hosted and attended by the Ambassador, members and partners of NETUBA, high level representatives of the Dutch and Turkish business environment had the opportunity to meet interesting business representatives from the Government as well as influencial

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EU official raises hopes of visa-free travel for Turks

Enlargement commissioner says visa restrictions could be removed by 2017 BERLIN European visa requirements for Turkish nationals could be removed within two years, the EU enlargement commissioner told a German newspaper Saturday. Johannes Hahn said it was “quite possible” restrictions could be removed by the 2017 target date “if the

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