By Bahattin Gonultas, Dilara Zengin and Tuba SahinANKARATurkey aims to cut red tape to boost investment in the country, Deputy Prime Minister Recep Akdag said in an interview with Anadolu Agency.Among the innovations planned are one-stop contact points across Turkey’s provinces to provide better coordination for investors, the minister said.The government is focused on improving the investment climate to boost economic growth, he added.“Reducing bureaucracy is the main issue,” Akdag said...
Turkish prime minister assures German investors Binali Yildirim says German companies should not suffer due to tense relations home > economy, culture and art, todays headlines 27.07.2017 Features archive ANKARA, TURKEY - JULY 27: Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim (C), EU Minister of Turkey Omer Celik (R) and Turkish Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci (L) meet with German executives invested in Turkey in wake of German government’s realignment of Turkey-Germany relationship at Cankaya...
ANKARAThe number of overflights in Turkish airspace reached an all-time high with a total of 1,443 overflights on July 23, a new record, a top airport official told Anadolu Agency on Wednesday. "Demand for air travel in Turkey rose by an annual average rate of 10.5 percent during the past decade, going from 62 million to 174 million passengers," said Funda Ocak, head of the General Directorate of State Airports Authority (DHMİ).
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