ISTANBUL Chinese firms are eyeing partnerships with Turkish construction firms in Africa and are also looking to take stakes in Turkish companies, the head of the Turkish Contractors Association said.
ISTANBUL Istanbul residents are cancelling holiday bookings for the weekend of June 23 to ensure they can take part in a re-run of the city's mayoral election that has laid bare Turkey's deep political divisions and raised concerns about its democracy.
ISTANBUL, April 18 Turkey's slumping housing
market is getting some support from foreign property investors,
especially from the Gulf region, who are drawn by the weak lira
and a government effort to ease the path to Turkish citizenship.
ISTANBUL After three false starts and a labour protest over harsh working conditions, Turkey will fully open a new airport in Istanbul this week that will give its fast-growing flagship airline a platform to challenge Gulf rivals for regional dominance.
ISTANBUL A Turkish government amnesty on unregistered construction work is endangering lives, engineers and architects warned after an illegally extended residential building collapsed in Istanbul and killed 21 people. | Video
ISTANBUL, Feb 26 A Turkish government amnesty on
unregistered construction work is endangering lives, engineers
and architects warned after an illegally extended residential
building collapsed in Istanbul and killed 21 people.
ISTANBUL, Feb 22 Turkish real estate and
construction company Babacan Holding is planning to invest 200
million euros ($227 million) in geothermal energy and 120
million lira ($23 million) in the logistics sector, the
company's chairman said on Friday.
ISTANBUL The shelf of heart disease drugs in Hulya Akpinar's Istanbul pharmacy is almost bare, and patients seeking medicine for blood pressure and diabetes leave empty-handed.
* Turkish mills had already slashed output due to U.S.
LONDON/ANKARA The European Commission's move to extend its steel import restrictions threatens to force Turkish mills, already buckling under the weight of U.S. tariffs, to cut production further or in some cases close down, sources said.