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Turkish floating power plant firm aims to end blackouts in west Libya

07 Jul 2020

ISTANBUL A Turkish company that runs a fleet of floating power generators is sending a technical team to Libya to make a proposal to supply electricity to the west of the North African nation, an executive said.

Turkish floating power plant firm aims to end blackouts in west Libya

07 Jul 2020

ISTANBUL, July 7 A Turkish company that runs a fleet of floating power generators is sending a technical team to Libya to make a proposal to supply electricity to the west of the North African nation, an executive said.

Khashoggi murder trial told oven was lit after killing

03 Jul 2020

ISTANBUL A Saudi consulate worker in Istanbul told a Turkish court on Friday he had been asked to light a tandoor oven less than an hour after Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi entered the building where he was killed. | Video

Turkish business group plans Libya trip to set post-war plan, sources say

01 Jul 2020

ANKARA/ISTANBUL A Turkish business delegation is set to visit Libya within two weeks to assess how Turkey's companies and banks can help rebuild the war-torn country and secure its energy needs, two people familiar with the plan told Reuters.

Turkish business group plans Libya trip to set post-war plan -sources

01 Jul 2020

ANKARA/ISTANBUL, July 1 A Turkish business delegation is set to visit Libya within two weeks to assess how Turkey's companies and banks can help rebuild the war-torn country and secure its energy needs, two people familiar with the plan told Reuters.

RPT-Turkey struggles to ramp up tests as outbreak reaches critical phase

27 Mar 2020

ANKARA/ISTANBUL, March 26 A week after sending half a million coronavirus test kits to the United States, Turkey is struggling to ramp up its own testing for the disease as doctors warn the country has reached a crossroads in containing the fast-growing outbreak.

Turkey struggles to ramp up tests as outbreak reaches critical phase

26 Mar 2020

ANKARA/ISTANBUL A week after sending half a million coronavirus test kits to the United States, Turkey is struggling to ramp up its own testing for the disease as doctors warn the country has reached a crossroads in containing the fast-growing outbreak.

Turkey struggles to ramp up tests as outbreak reaches critical phase

26 Mar 2020

ANKARA/ISTANBUL, March 26 A week after sending half a million coronavirus test kits to the United States, Turkey is struggling to ramp up its own testing for the disease as doctors warn the country has reached a crossroads in containing the fast-growing outbreak.

UPDATE 4-Turkish lira down 10% since start of year as slump fears grow

23 Mar 2020

ISTANBUL, March 23 The Turkish lira slipped 0.8% on Monday to its lowest level since September 2018, as a surge in domestic coronavirus cases set the stage for a potentially sharp economic slowdown spanning tourism, manufacturing and the vast services sector.

Barclays mandated for Turkish wind power firm Polat sale - sources

26 Feb 2020

ISTANBUL Shareholders of Polat Enerji, one of Turkey's largest wind energy producers, have mandated Britain's Barclays for the sale of the company, four sources familiar with the matter told Reuters.

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