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Major US company sets sail for Turkey.

Date: 07/09/2007Major US company sets sail for Turkey. U.S. specialist buyout firm Kohlberg, Kravis & Roberts (KKR) is considering making its first venture into Turkey, via a major acquisition in the country's shipping industry. It's not hard to see what KKR finds attractive about such a deal. Turkey sits at...

Posted on 14 February 2011

Turkish property a “well kept secret” for expats

Date: 07/09/2007Turkish property a "well kept secret" for expats Retirees looking to move abroad should consider Turkey as the country's property market has remained a "well kept secret" in recent years meaning house prices are "exceptionally low". This could be an attractive proposition, considering that the average asking price for...

Posted on 14 February 2011

New airport to open near Alanya on the Mediterranean coast

Date: 03/09/2007New airport to open near Alanya on the Mediterranean coast TAV, the company responsible for running airports in Istanbul and Ankara has won an auction to operate Gazipasa Airport, near Alanya, on the southern Mediterranean coast of Turkey, the contract is for 25 years. The airport, which is partially...

Posted on 14 February 2011

EasyJet finishes its first year to Turkey

Date: 03/09/2007EasyJet finishes its first year to Turkey EasyJet has finished its first year of flights between Istanbul and Luton Airport. Since starting this route in August 2006, the airline it has flown 100,000 passengers on the route. Philippe Vigno, EasyJet director of Turkey said, “The airline is planning to...

Posted on 14 February 2011

London based consultancy says “Turkey has one of the most attractive property markets in Europe”

Date: 30/08/2007London based consultancy says “Turkey has one of the most attractive property markets in Europe” A leading london based property consultancy group who carry out analyses and research on global property markets determined recently that Turkey has one of the most attractive property markets in Europe. The GPG published...

Posted on 14 February 2011

The Greeks like the Turkish after all.

Date: 30/08/2007The Greeks like the Turkish after all. The second largest bank in Greece, Alphabank, is preparing to start up business in Turkey, though bank leaders have issued precautionary comments in advance of action. The head of Alphabank, Yannis Costopoulos, has said "We will enter the Turkish market. But do...

Posted on 14 February 2011

Turkey: International Investors say Investment in Turkey “Even more successful than expected”

Date: 24/08/2007Turkey: International Investors say Investment in Turkey "Even more successful than expected" Over the first half of 2007, more than half of foreign investors in Turkey reached their sales, export, and profitability goals. In addition a significant proportion of these investors surpassed their goals. Inflows of foreign capital to...

Posted on 14 February 2011

Turkey a better bet – says Carrefour

Date: 01/08/2007Turkey a better bet - says Carrefour Carrefour, the world’s second-largest retailer by sales, announced today that it had agreed to sell its 12 Portuguese hypermarkets to Portugal’s largest retailer for £460 million. The disposal of the Portuguese stores and the potential expansion in Turkey is part of Carrefour's...

Posted on 14 February 2011

Belek-The heart of the Turkish golf boom

Date: 16/07/2007Belek-The heart of the Turkish golf boom TURKEY is set to be the next big golf destination and the Belek region is at the heart of its development, with courses being created at several venues and quality hotels popping up to support them. South-west Turkey has long been a...

Posted on 14 February 2011

Turkey’s economy just keeps growing

Date: 03/07/2007Turkey's economy just keeps growing Numbers released by the Turkish Statistics Institute shows the Turkish economy (GNP) grew 6.7 percent in real prices, for the first quarter of 2007, making 21 quarters of uninterrupted growth. It is also reported that GDP grew by 6.8 percent over the same period....

Posted on 14 February 2011