Turkey

10/07/2013
Turkey and Belgium Team Up Against Double Taxation

Turkey and Belgium have increased their joint cooperation against double taxation. The pair have signed a new protocol to enable the increased flow of information in line with OECD standards aimed at negating the possibility of paying tax on the same income in two countries. The protocol, signed yesterday during Turkish Finance Minister Mehmet Şimşek’s […]

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10/04/2013
Turkey Pushing Eurasia as it Splits Between the Two

Countries in Eurasia could play an important role in the new global structure, with Turkey's help according to a new statement from Turkish President Abdullah Gul. In a message to the 16th Eurasia Economic Summit in Istanbul today, where leaders from across the region are gathered to discuss a wide range of subjects including women's […]

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08/03/2013
Turkish-Greek Tourism Forum Increases Ties between Two Countries

A Turkish-Greek tourism forum was recently held in Ankara and garnered considerable interest from Turkish and Greek officials and business-people. It's anticipated the forum will help increase the flow of tourists between Greece and Turkey through increasing cooperation between travel agencies in the two countries. The Greek ambassador was also hopeful the forum would help […]

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07/02/2013
Turkey Doesn’t See Shanghai Group as Alternative to EU

Turkey is looking at joining the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), but according to the Turkish president, Abdullah Gul, this is not as an alternative to gaining full membership to the EU. Turkey is still pursuing negotiations to join the EU, and is looking to successfully conclude accession talks. The question of Turkey joining the SCO […]

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26/01/2013
Turkey to Resume Talks with France on Nuclear Power Plants

France and Turkey has agreed to resume their talks on nuclear energy, as Ankara has plans to build three nuclear power plants within the next five years. The French foreign trade minister, Nicole Bricq recently met with the Turkish energy Minister Taner Yildiz to discuss nuclear power projects. France is known of for its prowess […]

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27/09/2012
Turkey to be Declared Key Country for EU

The European Union is to declare Turkey as being essential for the prosperity and security of the area, but is still critical of Ankara’s failure to make progress towards accession. These issues are to be raised in the EU’s draft strategy paper, the Enlargement Strategy Paper which is due to be released on October 10th. […]

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