Fitch: Fiscal discipline is key for Turkey

LONDON The commitment to fiscal discipline in Turkey is a key factor in the ‘stable’ outlook for the country’s credit rating, Fitch Ratings Senior Director Paul Gamble told Anadolu Agency on Tuesday. Fitch affirmed Turkey’s investment-grade credit rating at ‘BBB-‘ with outlook ‘Stable,” on Sept. 18. “The stable outlook means that we foresee neither

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Istanbul to host energy efficiency financing forum

Istanbul will host a forum on energy efficiency financing that is sponsored by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) on Sept. 16-17. The forum, entitled “Building a Global Energy Efficiency Financing Alliance,” will be held in partnership with the United Nations Environment Program Finance Initiative. “The forum will

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Turkey’s ‘Mega Projects’ propel the country towards 2023 targets

Star – Large scale infrastructure, energy, and transportation projects throughout Turkey are progressing rapidly. Designed to contribute to the 2023 vision, which is a set of goals to be reached by the Republic of Turkey’s centennial in 2023, these projects represent the culmination of the giant leap taken in the

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Izmir (Turkije) zoekt Nederlandse bedrijven voor oplossingen in afvalverwerking

Voor veel gemeenten in Turkije is de verwerking van afval een probleem. De gemeente Izmir wil daarom de komende jaren investeren in nieuwe afvalverwerkingsystemen. Bij de selectie kijkt de gemeente ook naar mogelijkheden voor energieopwekking door het gebruik van afval. In voorbereiding op de aanbesteding wil de gemeente Izmir zich

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Oyak acquires Dutch Almatis

Oyak, which became the world leader in the stabilizer sector by acquiring Akdeniz Kimya in 2012 and Austria-based Chemson in 2013, has now taken the leading position in the world alumina industry by buying Dutch company Almatis. Oyak announced that it signed a share transfer agreement with Almatis and the

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