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Tourism From Middle East to Turkey Part III: Kuwait

Turkey is becoming one of the world’s most popular tourism destinations. This is understandable given the vastness of the countries cultures, benefits, climates, varied locations and differing climates — something for everyone you could say. Because of its predominantly Muslim ethnic make-up, Turkey is understandably a very popular destination with...

Posted on 24 October 2009

Turkish Airlines to Boost Medical Tourism with 25% Discount on Fares

Turkey's national airline is to offer a 25% discount to people who are flying into the country to receive medical treatment. This is likely to be a massive boost to Turkey's medical tourism industry. Medical tourism is currently the fastest growing sector in the travel and tourism industry. The name...

Posted on 22 October 2009

Tourism from Middle East to Turkey Part II: UAE

Turkey is becoming one of the world’s most popular tourism destinations. This is understandable given the vastness of the countries cultures, benefits, climates, varied locations and differing climates — something for everyone you could say. Because of its predominantly Muslim ethnic make-up, Turkey is understandably a very popular destination with...

Posted on 16 October 2009

Turkey and Armenia Accord: Signed but not Sealed

As some of you will know Turkey and Armenia signed the accords that have been worked so hard on over the last few months. The accords will see relations normalised between the pair, the border reopened, and potentially even trade between the two further down the line. There is still...

Posted on 15 October 2009

Tourism from Middle East to Turkey in Focus Part I: Qatar

Turkey is becoming one of the world's most popular tourism destinations. This is understandable given the vastness of the countries cultures, benefits, climates, varied locations and differing climates -- something for everyone you could say. Because of its predominantly Muslim ethnic make-up, Turkey is understandably a very popular destination with...

Posted on 09 October 2009

Turkey Hopes to Sign Armenia Accords on Saturday

Turkey hopes to sign accords with Armenia on Saturday Reuters has revealed, ending the decades long feud between the two countries, and taking a massive step forward towards being accepted as a member of the European Union. Armenia has been feuding with Turkey because of the thousands of Armenians killed...

Posted on 07 October 2009

Turkish Economy to see Strong Recovery in 2010 says the IMF

The IMF has just issued its World Economic Outlook and it is very positive on the Turkish economy. Unfortunately the report is generalised, but I picked out the following on Turkey: Sizable output gains forecast in 2010 (page 77) 3.7% GDP growth forecast in 2010 - among strongest of all...

Posted on 03 October 2009

IMF to Resume Negotiations with Turkey, Agreement Unlikely

International Monetary Fund Chief Dominic Strauss Kahn said today that the IMF would restart negotiations with Turkey after the annual meeting in Istanbul. Some 15,000 delegates are descending on Istanbul for the annual meetings of the World Bank, the IMF, including finance ministers from the G7 nations. Last week it...

Posted on 02 October 2009

Turkish Property Agent Spot Blue Announces Developer Checks

Turkish Property Agent Spot Blue Announces Developer Checks  Spot Blue have become one of the first UK based Turkish property agents to run due-diligence checks on all the developers they work with in Turkey, and to have detailed reports drawn up into the developers history and potential for trustworthiness. Director...

Posted on 01 October 2009

Turkey Property (whole Industry) Benefits from Return of British Buyers

There have been numerous signs in the past few weeks that the overseas property industry can breathe a sigh of relief; the worst seems to be over. Overseas Property Professional magazine has featured several articles quoting industry professionals reporting increased leads, and increased sales, including a surprising run on off...

Posted on 25 September 2009