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Turkey’s Rönesans Health Investment and Japan’s Sojitz have concluded a $1.5 billion (163 billion Japanese yens) financial deal with eight international investors for their joint city hospital in central Istanbul.
Cheap energy prices kept U.S. inflation flat in June in another sign price pressures remain weak in the world’s largest economy, Labor Department figures showed on July 14.
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Saudi Arabia wants to see more Turkish investors in the context of its “2030 vision” to become a global investment powerhouse, Saudi Ambassador to Ankara Walid Bin Abdul Karim al-Kharaj said on July 11.
The number of passengers Turkish Airlines carried in the first half of the year has hit 30.3 million people -- the highest ever, according to a statement released by the airline on July 11.
The Paris Climate change agreement is a matter for all oil and gas companies and the U.S. is expected to revise its position toward the Paris Agreement, Patrick Pouyanne, chairman and CEO of Total said on July 11.
Istanbul Grand Airport (İGA), the operator of Istanbul’s under-construction third airport, stated on July 11 that it had inked cargo and service deals with six companies worth a total of 250 million euros.
Turkish Airlines has been in cooperation with the Albanian government to help the country establish a national carrier through a strategic deal, the company chair has said in a written statement.
The United States is healthy enough to absorb further gradual rate increases and the slow wind down of the massive bond portfolio accumulated by the Federal Reserve during the financial crisis, Fed Chair Janet Yellen said in prepared testimony to be delivered to Congress early on July 12.
Turkey will go for an electric-engine model in its bid to develop its first domestic car brand, Science, Industry and Technology Minister Faruk Özlü has stated.
Germany has approved rules to make it easier to block the sale of strategically important companies to investors from outside the European Union, prompted by concerns about China acquiring German expertise by that route.
Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım said on July 8 that Turkey has surpassed 60 percent local (national) contribution in defense industry.
The US State Department said on July 11 it is ready to approve the sale of Patriot air defense systems to Romania, a $3.9 billion deal likely to infuriate Russia.
The value of assets belonging to companies seized by the Turkish state during the ongoing state of emergency is nearly 41 billion Turkish Liras (around $11.3 billion), Deputy Prime Minister Nurettin Canikli stated on July 7.