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Tekfen Holding Decides To Merge Unit Tekfen Emlak Under Entity Of Unit Tekfen Insaat Due To Profitability Decrease In Real Estate Development Sector
Tekfen Holding Unit Azfen Signs Contract Worth Total $486.0 Mln With BP Exploration (Caspian Sea)
Tekfen Holding AS (Tekfen) is a Turkey-based holding company active in various sectors, such as construction, agriculture, finance and real estate through its affiliates and subsidiaries. The Company operates five segments: Contracting, Agri-Industry, Real Estate Development, Banking and Investment and Services. Tekfen’s Contracting Group’s activities include infrastructural and industrial projects in several countries, like Saudi Arabia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Morocco, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Oman and Bulgaria. Tekfen also engages in the production of chemical fertilizers, seed and seedlings, along with power generation and terminal operations. The Company’s Real Estate Development Group is primarily involved in the design, construction, renting and marketing of shopping centers, office buildings, flats and hotels.
Tekfen Sitesi A Blok No:7
Kultur Mahallesi Budak Sokak
Chairman of the Board
Ali Nihat Gokyigit
Founding Honorary Chairman, Board Member
President, Tekfen Group Companies
Vice Chairwoman of the Board
Osman Cengiz Birgili
Vice Chairman of the Board
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* Expects $2 bln in 2019 non-oil exports, up from $1.7 bln in 2018
Shares in 10 companies will start trading on the Borsa Istanbul futures and options market (VIOP) on Friday, the Istanbul stock exchange said.
The second-in-command of the Yemeni army was killed on Wednesday when a missile fired by the Iran-aligned Houthi movement hit an army camp, a military source said, the most senior Yemeni officer killed in the country's civil war.
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