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Turkish Unemployment Still Falling Says Turkstat

Turkish unemployment fell to 10.2 percent of the workforce in the three months to February, from 11.9 percent in the same period of 2011, official data showed on today. The number of people unemployed fell by 380,000 people to 2.664 million on a 12-month comparison, the statistics institute said on...

Posted on 20 April 2012

Edinburgh Airport Sold, New Flights to Turkey’n All

Edinburgh airport has made the industry headlines this week because it has been bought by an as yet unknown consortium. However, that is not the only news relevant to us, as the report also reveals several new Turkish flights to and from the airport, which have just been added. According...

Posted on 19 April 2012

US Secretary of Commerce Praises Turkey’s Economic Progress

The US secretary of Commerce, John Bryson, has praised the economic progress Turkey has made over the last decade, and thinks Turkey could well become one of the 10 largest economies in the world in the future. He was speaking at a lunch organised by the progressive think tank Centre...

Posted on 13 April 2012

Turkey Property: Things to Watch for in 2012

Turkey property is currently among the most popular overseas property destinations in the world. Here are some of the big events potential property buyers should be watching out for this year. The New Law: Most potential property buyers will have heard about the new law. For those that haven't; the...

Posted on 12 April 2012

Turkey Renews Call on EU to Lift Visa Requirements

The chief negotiator and European Union Minister for Turkey, Egemen Bagis, has once again called on EU executives to lift visa requirements for Turkish citizens. Bagis has formally written to European commissioners and the European Parliament as well as the European media, members of non-governmental organisations and think tank organisations,...

Posted on 05 April 2012

Economic Crisis Improves Relations Between Turkey and Greece

Historically relations between the Greek and Turkish nations have always been a little tense, but there is speculation that Greece’s recent economic woes may lead to something of a rapprochement between the two countries. Greece was quick to send aid to Turkey after the earthquake in the eastern province of...

Posted on 29 March 2012

It Really is a Special Time to Invest in Turkish Property

It really is a special time to invest in Turkish property. We can say that and you have every right to call us biased. However, I would challenge anyone, impartial, unbiased or otherwise to question our reasoning. It is like a perfect storm. A storm that has been brewing and...

Posted on 23 March 2012

Olu Deniz Voted Best Beach Spot in Europe

Tripadvisor.co.uk has just revealed its latest list of the world's top 25 beach holiday locations, and Olu Deniz is once again rated highly. The gorgeous Turkish lagoon bay is in 14th place, which is good enough, but it is also the highest rated European destination, which is even better. This...

Posted on 09 March 2012

Turkish Airports Continue Exceptional Growth

Traffic through Turkish airports is continuing to grow strongly according to the latest data. Anna.Aero, the airline data collation website has just published stats for January, which show incredible growth across Turkish airports. Dalaman was the best performer with passenger numbers up 41.1% year on year from 22,555 last January...

Posted on 24 February 2012

Turkish Airlines Starts Year with More New Flights

[caption id="attachment_12484" align="flwp" width="300" caption="A Turkish Airlines A330"][/caption] Turkish airlines finished 2011 with a big array of new flight routes, and has started 2012 in the same way. At the back end of last year Turkish airlines made the headlines for being quick to resume flights into Libya as soon...

Posted on 16 February 2012