Deputy Prime Minister Nurettin Canikli By Bahattin GonultasANKARA The value of assets belonging to companies seized by the Turkish state is nearly 41 billion Turkish liras (about $11.3 billion), Deputy Prime Minister Nurettin Canikli said on Friday.In a statement, Canikli said a Savings Deposit Insurance Fund (TMSF) -- operating on decrees as part of Turkey’s ongoing state of emergency -- had been given power of trustee over 965 seized institutions.The TMSF had also been appointed as a...
By Gokhan Ergocun, Bahattin GonultasANKARA Seven energy companies are among the top 10 largest companies in Turkey based on revenue, according to the Fortune 500 list announced on Monday.Turkey's top oil refinery, TUPRAS, ranked no. 1 on this year's list -- which is annually published by the business magazine Fortune -- with a net sales revenue of 34.85 billion Turkish liras ($9.89 billion) in 2016.
file photo By Dilara Zengin and Bahattin GonultasANKARA As the Developing-8 Organization for Economic Cooperation marked its 20th anniversary on Thursday, the group’s head said he was looking forward to increasing influence in the coming years.On June 15, 1997, the D-8 was launched after Prime Minister Necmettin Erbakan proposed the creation of an economic group consisting of eight emerging economies from the Muslim world.Alongside Turkey, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Egypt, Iran, Malaysia,...
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Selecting a term
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