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Saudi Arabia has suspended Turkish meat imports - Turkish union

27 Nov 2020

ISTANBUL Saudi Arabia formally suspended imports of meat, eggs and other products from Turkey earlier this month, the Turkish exporters' union said, after a months-long informal boycott of Turkish goods over political tensions between the two regional rivals.

Turkish exporters complain of new customs delays in Morocco, Algeria

13 Oct 2020

ISTANBUL Turkish companies say they are facing new delays in recent weeks exporting clothing to countries in North Africa where one, Morocco, has amended a trade deal allowing it to raise duties by up to 90% on such goods.

Turkish exporters complain of new customs delays in Morocco, Algeria

13 Oct 2020

* Morocco amended trade deal, can raise duties on Turkey-source

Turkish hospitals seek discounts on $2.4 billion medical sector debts - sources

29 Sep 2020

ISTANBUL Turkish state and university hospitals are offering to repay debts totalling some 19 billion lira ($2.43 billion) to drugmakers and medical equipment firms, but with a discount, three sources told Reuters on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Turkish hospitals seek discounts on $2.4 bln medical sector debts -sources

29 Sep 2020

ISTANBUL, Sept 29 Turkish state and university hospitals are offering to repay debts totalling some 19 billion lira ($2.43 billion) to drugmakers and medical equipment firms, but with a discount, three sources told Reuters on Tuesday.

Drop in Turkey's currency raises stakes as hotels fight for survival

24 Aug 2020

* Foreign tourists vital to funding large current account deficit

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.

UPDATE 1-Turkey's Sabanci aims to grow in areas where it has expertise

25 Jun 2020

ISTANBUL, June 25 Sabanci Holding aims to expand in areas where the Turkish conglomerate already has expertise such as energy and material technologies and is seeking investment abroad, its Chief Executive Cenk Alper said on Thursday.

Turkey's lonely tourist attractions face make-or-break week

22 Jun 2020

ISTANBUL/ANTALYA Turkey's Mediterranean coasts and historic attractions face a critical week as the government presses to open borders and salvage at least part of a tourist season already battered by the coronavirus pandemic. | Video

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