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Ankara’s action against Russian wheat, maize and sunflower oil suppliers is hindering restoration of ties between the two countries, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich told Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Şimşek by phone on March 22.
The number of registered vehicles on Turkey’s roads increased 15.9 percent year-on-year in January 2017, reaching more than 21.2 million, the country’s statistics authority revealed on March 10.
Pegasus Airlines has reached an agreement to buy Air Berlin’s 29.51 percent of stake in their subsidiary İzAir for 1.2 million euros, the carrier said in a written statement late on March 8.
ANKARA - Anadolu Agency
A Qatar-based investment firm will expand its shares in Turkish retailer Boyner to over 40 percent, Boyner Group announced on March 10.
Sefer Levent - ISTANBUL
A detailed inflation adjustment reform must be made to see actual and better financial performances of Turkish companies in a move to increase their reach to new financing sources, the head of Turkey’s Union of Chambers and Stock Exchanges (TOBB) has said.
Turkey will introduce an obligation for companies to use the Turkish Lira in transactions in the free trade zone, Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci said March 9, in a move to reduce demand for U.S. dollars by $6 billion.
The Turkish government has extended a deadline for citizens who have applied to obtain deeds for unregistered lands, which were formerly classified as forestry areas and dubbed “2B lands,” by making the required payments but were not able to acquire them, a top official has announced.
LONDON - Anadolu Agency
Turkish Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci has highlighted the need for a free trade deal between Turkey and the U.K. soon after Brexit.
Rolls-Royce has said it has been selected as the technical consultant to ITUNOVA Technology Transfer Office (TTO) for a needs analysis project to assess and identify the developmental activities required to establish a nuclear supply chain in Turkey.
The number of women entrepreneurs in Turkey has jumped 35 percent to over 250,000 since 2013, according to a study released by the Customs and Trade Ministry on March 8.
LONDON - Reuters
A raft of developing countries are considering selling bonds earmarked for environmental projects, potentially accelerating growth in a market seen as crucial to efforts to keep global temperatures in check.
More than 800 companies with total revenue of 30 billion liras have been seized by the Turkish state, mainly in probes related to the July 15 coup attempt, Deputy Prime Minister Nurettin Canikli has said, adding that “most of these companies’ financials have seen a rebound since being taken over.”
PARIS - Reuters
A modest recovery underway in the global economy is at risk from economic nationalism and diverging central bank policies, the OECD said on March 7 as it forecast only a slight pick-up in growth.